Hungary

Hungary


HUNGARY
Hungary has many values ​​that make it visited from far away. Its main tourist centers are Budapest, Lake Balaton and its surroundings, and the Danube Bend. Approximately 7 million tourists visit the country every year. - Great Plain, Southern Great Plain and Lake Tisza region. The country hosts many annual art festivals, ethnographic, tourist and sporting events.
The sights of Budapest recognized as a World Heritage Site are the view of the Danube bank and the Buda Castle District, as well as Andrássy street and its historical surroundings.
 Among the many other sights of the capital, there are also international monuments, churches (St. Stephen's Basilica), palaces (Buda Castle), ancient, medieval and Turkish times (Gül Baba's tomb), as well as Baroque (St. Anne's Church), Classicist (National Museum), romantic (Pesti Vigadó), Neo-Renaissance (Hungarian State Opera House), eclectic (Ethnographic Museum) and Art Nouveau (Museum of Applied Arts) style public buildings and houses, as well as 223 museums and galleries (including several international collections), historical bridges (Széchenyi chain bridge) and a multitude of public statues (Statue of Liberty) and monuments (Millennium Monument).
There are medieval churches, romantic castles and castle museums in many settlements of the country.

Budapest
Budapest is one of the most beautiful cities of Europe with its geographicallocation, historical monuments and other attractions. The city is divided intotwo parts as the Buddha (Budin) on the west side of the Danube and on theeast side. On the west coast of the Danube extends the historical districts in therelatively uneven region around the Buda castle. The city's business center and crowded districts are the flats to the plain to the east of the Danube.
A city on either side of the majestic Danube: Buda, with its romantic streets and alleyways, and Pest, an effervescent cultural centre. 
Divided in two by the Danube, the city is made up of Buda on one side: withOttoman-era thermal baths at the foot of the spectacular Gellért Hill, the royalpalace and Matthias Church, it radiates calm and peace. One the other side liesPest, vibrant and lively, with its slew of museums rich in cultural and historical treasures, extraordinary Secessionist architecture, its majesticParliament building considered as one of the most magnificent in the world, Saint Stephen’s Basilica surrounded by pedestrian streets, and its entirelyrenovated Jewish Quarter and Palace District. 
Besides its historical value, Budapest has a highly developed cultural scene withits world-class festivals, theatres, museums, concert halls and sporting events. For relaxing and enjoying nature, Margaret Island is the city’s “green heart” (considered by many to be one of Europe’s best city parks) - the perfect place toenjoy a stroll, various sports, swimming in outdoor pools or soaking in thermalbaths and spas.