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The Hungarian capital is famous for the number of striking places that are within the city limits. As expected, this makes it a focus of tourist attractions and attracts millions of visitors a year.
That said, the surrounding area Budapest It has much more to offer in the way of an unimaginably beautiful nature, historical wonders and much more.
Given the location of Budapest, on the banks of the Danube River, the city is an ideal place to plan day trips. And even a seemingly endless number of villages, towns and cities that are scattered in this central part of the country.
La Mass Basilica of Esztergom, located at the top of the town and the Danube river, is an incredible sight. It was erected in an inhospitable locality in the rural area of the country. But the attraction of Esztergom It is more shocking than the vaulted structure. The first king of the nation, St. Stephen, was born here in 975.
It was a royal seat from the end of the 10th century until the middle of the 13th century. It has been the seat of Roman Catholicism in Hungary for over a thousand years. Esztergom, a picturesque city, full of historical attractions, makes a great day trip from Budapest and rewards those who stay longer.
El Visegrád Today, although it is still fighting for bad economic conditions, it has constantly improved its tourist infrastructure. In 2007, UNESCO named the Mehme Paša Sokolović Bridge as a World Heritage Site.
Since then, tourism has been identified as the main opportunity for economic development in the area. Visegrád has three main sites of cultural and historical interest. The monastery of Dobrun and the old town are from medieval times. The Mehmed Paša Sokolović bridge is a testament to the ingenuity and beauty of Ottoman architecture.
And the recently reactivated narrow-gauge railway is a symbol of Austro-Hungarian influence in the wider area. These are the strongest tourist assets in the city.
Szentendre is a popular place to visit and hike for tourists looking to escape the city and see more of Hungary. Well known for its galleries, art and museums, this is a point of cultural interest. The list of things to do here really is endless.
The Marzipan Museum of Sremos is one of the most visited attractions of Szentendre. Dedicated to Matyas Sremos, the founder of the Szantendre Marzipan Factory. This museum offers visitors a vision of the wonderful world of confectionery.
The pieces of the exhibition are located on the first floor of the building, surrounded by showcases. They include a wide variety of sculptures that include Disney movie scenes to various world-famous buildings and attractions. The lower floor also houses a shop where guests can buy marzipan pieces in a variety of shapes and colors.