Budapest, Hungary's capital, dubbed “Little Paris of Eastern Europe,” has a street that can rival the Champs-Elysees, Andrássy út. Founded in 1872, Andras is the most iconic boulevard in the Hungarian capital Budapest, linking Erzsébet tér with Városliget
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The Andras street was built in 1872 and was completed on 1876 8 20, and it was named after the prime minister, Gyula Andr ássy, who supported the construction of the street in 1885. It connects Elizabeth Square with City Park, and the road is lined with beautiful New Renaissance-style palaces and houses.
Andrássy Avenue is located in the center of Budapest. The Chain Bridge is the starting point of this street. There are many shops and restaurants in the two groups. The Hungarian State Opera is on this street. The oldest subway line in Hungary is also here. The underground of the main street.
After walking around Andrássy Avenue, I found out about cos, and finally I don’t have to visit Zara to buy clothes. There are stupid pigeons everywhere, cute! When I was standing on Andrássy Avenue in Budapest, Hungary, my surprise arose. The wide streets can run twenty or thirty horse-drawn carriages side by side, the ancient buildings built with huge stones on both sides of the road, there are luxurious coffee houses, and streets. Below is the first line of Budapest’s ancient subway. Budapest, the most beautiful city on the Danube River, is ubiquitous in history and romance.
Budapest’s Andrássy Avenue is quite long, 2.4 kilometers, if you walk the whole way in the summer of 38 degrees, it will be deadly. At the end of the street is Heroes' Square. I visited it upside down, starting from Heroes’ Square and taking the subway to the Opera House. There is Europe's second underground line after London under Andrássy Avenue. The road is lined with trees, and I can’t afford anything anyway, so I took a look at the beautiful buildings and ate an ice cream.
The history of Andrássy Avenue can be traced back to 1872, with Neo-Renaissance houses on both sides, and the entire street was listed as a World Heritage Site in 2002. Budapest Line 1, the oldest subway in continental Europe, runs through this street.
Preston_Dominguez: Andrassy ut, Budapest 1061, Hungary
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Chain Bridge,Hungarian Parliament Building,Heroes' Square,River Danube,Erzsébet Híd