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  • 1 Mathias Church Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Szentháromság Tér 2 H - Budapest 1014

    The church that can be seen today is the work of Frigyes Schulek. From the outside, you can see the Mathias tower which rises up towards the sky, the Romanesque Béla tower, the main portal with a tympanum showing the Virgin Mary with child and Mary's..

  • 2 Mihály Táncsics Street Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Táncsics Mihály Utca H - Budapest 1014

    This street, lined with fine houses with colourful façades in the Baroque or Neo-classical style, bears the name of a journalist. Mihály Táncsics (1799-1884) was a hero of the struggle for national independence and a fierce supporter of the emancipat..

  • 3 Fortuna Street Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Fortuna Utca H - Budapest 1014

    Another characteristic street in the quarter of the castle that is borrowed to admire the façades of houses full of history... You will take advantage of your walk through this street to visit the Museum of Commerce and Hostelry. You can also take th..

  • 4 Úri Street Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Úri Utca H - Budapest 1014

    You must walk down the longest street in the quarter of the castle to admire the façades of most of its Baroque houses. This string of beautiful homes lends the street a certain residential look. Everything transmits calm and comfort. At No. 9, a lab..

  • 5 Great synagogue in Dohány street Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Dohány Utca 2 H - Budapest 1077

    The largest synagogue in Europe was built between 1854 and 1859 following plans by Ludwig Förster. With Byzantine-Moorish inspiration, it is a beautiful building made of coloured brick, topped with two towers with onion-shaped domes. On the inside, l..

  • 6 Budapest's Applied Arts Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Üllõl út 33-37 H - Budapest 1091

    Inaugurated in 1896, this building is another one that is inescapable. The architect Ödön Lechner with this work wanted to illustrate the Secession style, a Hungarian branch of Art nouveau in which the oriental inspiration is evident. Stand back a li..

  • 7 Hungarian State Opera House Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Andrássy út 22 H - Budapest 1061

    One of the most prestigious opera houses in Europe. In the neo-Renaissance style, it was built from 1875 to 1884 by Miklós Ybl. On each side of the main entrance, two niches hold the statues of Franz Liszt and Ferenc Erkel, great Hungarian composers...

  • 8 City Wood Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Dózsa György H - Budapest 1146

    Városliget and Margitsziget parks are both highly popular in summertime. Budapest's families flock here to find a little shade, breathe in the fresh air, stroll along the paths and enjoy the fun of boating, ice-skating (in winter) or swimming in one ..

  • 9 Marguerite Isle Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Hajós Alfréd Sétány H - Budapest 1138

    A haven of peace and countryside it is rightly considered to be one of the most beautiful parks in Budapest. Thermal water spa, it has the equipment for water therapy and for accommodation. Don't miss the monument of the Centenary, the Palatinus bat..

  • 10 Tihany Abbey Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Andreás Tér 1 H - Tihany 8237

    All that remains of the 11C Benedictine abbey is the crypt, which contains the tomb of the founder, King András I, who died in 1060. The abbey church, built in the 18C on the site of the first church, has a carved and decorated interior in the Baroqu..

  • 11 Fo Square Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Fõ Tér H - Szentendre 2000

    Classified as a historic monument, Szentendre's main square is cobbled and triangular in shape, with several streets leading off it - some going down to the Danube, others up the hill. In the centre stands a Plague Cross, erected in 1763 by Serbian m..

  • 12 Hungarian Open Air Museum of Szentendre Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Sztaravodai út H - Szentendre 2001

    Founded in 1967, this open-air museum exhibits reconstructions of rural houses and workshops which illustrate daily life in the 18C and 19C in different parts of Hungary, with a useful map of each region and helpful explanations in English. The regio..

  • 13 Király István Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Fõ utca 6 H - Székesfehérvár 8000

    On the ground floor the museum displays Roman sculptures mainly from the Roman town of Gorsium. The first floor is devoted to regional archaeology, from prehistory to the end of the Turkish occupation.

  • 14 Fo Square Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Fõ Tér H - Sopron 9400

    The charming square, the most airy open space in the old part of Sopron, is surrounded by characterful buildings, such as the Fire Tower, the town hall, Storno-ház and Fabricius-ház. On it stands the twisted Plague Column (or Trinity Column) dating f..

  • 15 Klauzál Square Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Klauzál Tér H - Szeged 6720

    On the elegant, beautifully laid out square, stands a statue of Lajos Kossuth, the hero of the Hungarian fight for independence. Kossuth gave his last speech here before going into exile. On a completely different note, the famous Virag pastry shop h..

  • 16 Szeged's New Synagogue Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Jósika utca 10 H - Szeged 6722

    The synagogue in Szeged is considered the most beautiful in Hungary, and possibly even Europe. It was built between 1900 and 1903 in the Art Nouveau style with Moorish elements. An immense dome supported by 24 columns and decorated with white roses a..

  • 17 St Peter's Basilica of Pécs Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Dóm tér H - Pécs 7621

    The basilica stands on 11C foundations over a crypt dating from the same period, and is flanked by four corner towers. After being converted into a mosque by the Turks, and changing greatly over the ages, it took on its present appearance in the late..

  • 18 Ókeresztény Mausoleum Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Dóm Tér H - Pécs 7621

    The strange mausoleum dating from AD 350 was discovered accidentally in 1975. In the crypt you can see a sarcophagus and well-preserved frescoes.

  • 19 Pécs' Gallery of Modern Art Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Papnövelde ut. 5 H - Pécs 7621

    The Modern Art Gallery, housed in a 19C villa, features works by visionary Hungarian artists from the 19C and contemporary artists. Round off your visit in the charming garden, especially in summer when the quiet and cool atmosphere here provides wel..

  • 20 Zsolnay Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Káptalan Utca 2 H - Pécs 7621

    This museum, which pays homage to Vilmos Zsolnay, a 19C merchant and founder of the Zsolnay factory, displays ceramics used to decorate buildings and homes. There are some fine items on display, in particular some Secession pieces with both floral an..

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