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Spanish - 3 hours
We will start with our vibrant city tour in the most comfortable way and pick you up at the doors of the hotel. It will travel "Pest" in the direction of the channel, on the banks of the river Danube. We will pass by Chain Bridge, one of the most important and unique icons of the Hungarian capital.
The Chain Bridge connects both cities, "Buda and" Pest. Of all the Danube it is the most famous and important bridge in Budapest.
Then, in the north direction of the city we will be passing in front of the Great St. Stephen's Basilica and Parliament.
It is the largest building of the Catholic cult of the Republic of Hungary. Due to its enormous dimensions it can accommodate more than 8.500 people.
Its main facade has two twin towers. With 96 meters high, it is the highest point in Budapest.
It is the scenario where meetings of the Hungarian National Assembly are held. Due to its dimensions, it has given off the following curiosities:
After a look at the two tallest buildings in Budapest, we will cross the Danube over the Margarita Bridge. To reach "Buddha", We will make a stop to visit the Fisherman's Bastion and Matthias Church.
Located on the Hill of the Royal Castle, it is a neo-gothic and neo-romantic style viewpoint, built between 1895 and 1902
It has numerous walks and stairs. On this terrace are the seven towers that represent the seven Magyar tribes. It receives the name in honor of the group of fishermen responsible for defending this enclave in the Middle Ages.
In addition, this viewpoint has the following features:
Its official name is the Temple of Our Lady, in honor of the Virgin Mary, patron of Hungary. It was built between the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries, his style is the Neo-gothic
We continue through the Hungarian capital to get to the top of Mount gellert and we will make a stop next to the Citadel and from there you will have the opportunity to take spectacular photos ...
Back in Pest We will continue the tour through the following route:
Then, after taking a walk on the square, we resume the panoramic tour of Cosmopolitan Avenue Andrássy. Followed by the opera We return to the center, where the tour ends.