Holiday in Budapest
Known as the Queen of the Danube, Budapest boasts a number of World Heritage Sites including the banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter, Andrássy Avenue with its Heroes Square and the Millennium Underground Railway.
Budapest is your destination for majestic museums, gorgeous galleries, terrific theaters, opulent opera houses, beautiful beaches, parks, spas, shopping malls, churches, islands, caves, palaces, etc.
The Millenary Monument - You can visit this repository, designed by Albert Schickedanz and Fulop Herczog, and located at the end of Budapest's loveliest avenue 'Andrássy Street'. The majority of the sculptures symbolizing Hungarian Monarchs and Princes of Transylvania were constructed by György Zala. In the centre, there is a column surrounded by leaders of the seven Hungarian tribes.
Museum of Fine Arts - This is an astonishing museum for you, designed by Albert Schickedanz. Founded in 1896, the museum hosts Egyptian, traditional and also momentary 20th century expositions.
Also known by some as the City of the Spas, the heart of the city of Budapest is richly endowed with natural springs which are renowned for their various medicinal properties. Some 118 springs supply the city's spas and baths with water ranging in temperature from 70 to 170 degrees Fahrenheit (21-78°C).The Gellert Baths are some of the most beautiful baths to be found in Budapest.
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