From almost any vantage along the Danube riverfront this enormous edifice commands your attention; it was built to. Construction for this opulent material expression of Hungarian sovereignty began in 1885. The 268 meter-long Gothic building is constructed of more than 40 million bricks, 500,000 precious stones and nearly 90 pounds of gold. You can tour this magnificent structure when the House is not in session. While the multi-lingual tours are fairly comprehensive, don’t expect to see it all; there are 691 rooms and about 12 and a half miles of corridors within this seat of the National Assembly of Hungary.
LAJTA Monitor Museum Boat
Kossuth Lajos Square
Elysee Bistro and Cafe
Aurea Ana Palace Hotel
Anabelle Bed and Breakfast
Budapest is truly a gem of Europe. It's architecture is mesmerizing... The food is excellent, the people are welcoming. When the sun sets, the special lights come alive, giving buildings and structures a new life.
Hungary's Parliament building is one of the finest examples of Gothic. I would highly recommend the guided tour inside building.
Night tour of Budapest Raiders
Hua Deng at the beginning, Budapest began to show its true look.
Night tour of Budapest is definitely the most important event in Budapest.
Drinking and chatting at the chain bridge to see the scenery
sitting on the Danube side, listening to the wind watching the moon
in the light of the night congress building
in the old town of Pace The restaurant sits outside for a big meal
See the traces of history in front of the Jewish columns and the stone piles
Budapest nights and days are really different, just like white roses and red roses general. Leisure during the day, enchanting at night. Whether you look at Pace in Buda or Buda in Pest, it is the most beautiful scenery at night!
Regarding Budapest, there is also a real thing like a paragraph. The name of Chen Peisi is from Budapest. Chen Peisis father, Chen Qiang, likes the city of Budapest because he likes the city. He named his two sons, one is Chen Buda and the other is Chen Peisi. .
Actually, Buda and Pace are indeed two places. Budapest is divided into two halves by the blue Danube. The west bank of the river is called Buda (BUDA), and the east bank is called PEST until 1873. The establishment of a chain bridge across the Danube Bridge connects Buda and Pest into a city.