Exploring Budapest and seeing the Budapest TOP 10 is a must. Simply click on the name of the sights to find out more or at a glance see what Budapest has to offer for a short getaway.
BUDA CASTLE and the MATTHIAS CHURCH
With a vast array of sites, museums, as well as streets, squares, restaurants, cafés and stores with a unique atmosphere, Buda Castle and the whole of the Castle District are among the most well-known and frequently visited tourist attractions of Budapest. The Royal Palace, where many battles and wars took place from the 13th century, is a symbol for Hungary. In addition to three churches, including the Matthias Church (or Buda Castle Main Coronation Church), located on Szentháromság (Holy Trinity) Square—a monument with long history, one of the most beautiful and well-known catholic churches of the city, the Castle District also includes five museums, several buildings of historical interest as well as memorial sites and theatres. The Fisherman’s Bastion and the square in front of the National Gallery offer a breathtaking view of one of the most beautiful sections of the Danube.
ST. STEPHEN’S BASILICA
Andrássy Avenue is a 2,310-metre boulevard lined with buildings in uniform architecture and linking the City Centre with the City Park. Andrássy Avenue, including the Millennium Underground Railway, running beneath the surface, as well as Heroes’ Square, located at is end, was recognised as a World Heritage Site in 2002. It accommodates the crème de la crème of Eclectic-style buildings in Budapest, among them a wealth of residential houses with wonderful and intimate inner courts, statues and foundations as well as the Opera House, built on the plans of Miklós Ybl.
DOHÁNY STREET SYNAGOGUE
THE SPAS OF BUDAPEST
GELLÉRT HILL AND THE CITADEL
Travelling around Budapest
For more information on getting around Budapest please click here. If in addition to attending the Seminar you are planning on exploring Budapest in more depth, find out about the Budapest Card.