On the banks of the Danube River is one of the oldest legislative buildings in Europe. It's currently the largest building in Hungary, and the tallest building in Budapest.
This is a picturesque terrace located on the Buda bank of the Danube and offers great views over Budapest. It was completed in 1902, but takes its name from a guild of fishermen who were responsible for defending the area in the Middle Ages.
Built in the 1850s, this is the largest synagogue in Europe.
a few hours away from Budapest is the sleepy town of Tabajd, which is home to the Magyar/Hungarian Polo Club. The Hungarian Polo Club is the country’s largest and most prestigious polo club with a history dating back to 1896
A memorial to Jews killed in Budapest during World War II.
Opened in 1849, this bridge links Buda with Pest and is the heart of the city.