Budapest is the capital and largest city of Hungary. It is a delightful city with a youthful atmosphere, due to its vibrant nightlife that is increasingly appreciated among European youth. The city has an excellent classical music scene and exceptional natural thermal baths.

Budapest results from the amalgamation of the two historic cities Buda and Pest,lying right opposite each other over the Danube river. Buda lies on the western side of the river, with a hill on which the Buda castle is located. Pest on the other hand is the flatter, eastern side, with the Parliament and various other stately buildings, retaining a lot of 19th century architectural heritage. The city was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1987 for the significance of the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrássy Avenue.

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Budapest is the capital and largest city of Hungary. It is a delightful city with a youthful atmosphere, due to its vibrant nightlife that is increasingly appreciated among European youth. The city has an excellent classical music scene and exceptional natural thermal baths.

Budapest results from the amalgamation of the two historic cities Buda and Pest,lying right opposite each other over the Danube river. Buda lies on the western side of the river, with a hill on which the Buda castle is located. Pest on the other hand is the flatter, eastern side, with the Parliament and various other stately buildings, retaining a lot of 19th century architectural heritage. The city was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1987 for the significance of the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrássy Avenue.

There are 63 museums in Budapest.

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These tours and tickets are available in Budapest.

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