The city of Budapest, capital of Hungary, located on the Danube River consists of two separate centers: Buda on the west bank, Pest on the east bank, which in 1872 united into a single administrative unit. The origins of the town go back to the Roman period, when the legions of the future Emperor Augusts BC conquered the western part of the present-day Hungary in the year 35 and transformed into a Romanc province named Pannonia.
Countless monuments and historical buildings are waiting to be discovered by you !
In the medieval Citadel are located the Royal Castle and the Matthias Church and in the city park is the Heldenplatz. Today the most famous monument in Budapest is the Parliament on the banks of the Danube. From the hill you have a fantastic view, with an incredible collection of palaces, churches and monuments that have been declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site.