The Little Princess

The Little PrincessThe copy of the original statue is placed next to the River Danube on the tram handrail. 

St Stephen's Basilica Building

Saint Stephen’s Basilica-Ego sum via, veritas at vita-

Hungarian street delights

Are you tired of the overpriced restaurants? Why don't you try something unique on a go? Check out the best street food of the Hungry Hungarians.

Chain Bridge

(Széchenyi) Chain BridgeIn 1820 István Széchenyi’s father died so he had to travel to Vienna for the funeral.

Váci street and The Vörösmarty square

Váci Street is one of the main pedestrian thoroughfares and perhaps the most famous street of downtown Budapest, Hungary 

Heroes square and it's outskirts

Have you ever heard about the Heroes Square?Heroes Square is one of the major squares in Budapest. The square lies at the outbound end of Andrássy Avenue next to the City Park. 

Dance and music

Hungary is well known for its folklore traditions. In the present days the Folklore is still thriving and what's more.. it still the determining figure of the Hungarian culture. This music and dance perfectly show the Hungarian tradition.

The Dohány Street Synagogue

The Great Synagogue in the Jewish quarter will overawe you the moment you enter as the spectacular interior is amazing. If the building could talk, it would tell you the story about the Jewish history itself. Wheel it inside and outside!

Buda Castle southern hill

That fascinating building above the Clark Adam square is not else but the Buda Castle. If you would like to know what kind of "treasures" are hidden in the Castle, then there are some description below.

Shoes next to the Danube

Shoes on the river bank symbolise people who suffered death because of their ancestry. Come and know more about the Jewish history from our well-informed guides.
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