Sights of Budapest
Buda side - Gellert-hill, Buda castle: Royal Palace, Castle district, The Holy Trinity Square, Fishermen's Bastion, Matthias Church, Maria Magdalene Tower, Cave System
Between Buda and Pest - The most beautiful bridges of Budapest, Margitsziget (Margaret island)
Pest side- Downtown, St. Stephen Basilica, Parliament House, Large Market Hall, Synagogue, Hungarian National Museum, Hungarian State Opera House, Pest Broadway, Academy of Music, Heroes' Square, Municipal Zoological and Botanical Garden, Amusement Park, Castle of Vajdahunyad, Western Railway Station
The Buda castle district with its narrow streets, old houses, gas lamps and marvellous monuments is the most romantic pedestrian district of Budapest. In the district, which is between the Dísz square and the Matthias church, travellers can enjoy the buildings from the Middle ages and the baroque and copf palaces. The unique attractions of the area are the sitting niches next to the entrances of the buildings. Probably these niches served as the rest place of servants.
The castle district is also rich in exhibitions: Museum of Military History, Golden Eagle Pharmacy Museum, Museum of Hungarian Commerce and Catering, Jewish Pray House, Telephone Museum, Institute of Musicology.
Travellers can find one of the most beautiful Hilton Hotels, the Budapest Hilton, in this district. Into its walls the remains of a medieval monastery was incorporated.
The Ruszwurm Confectionery was founded in the 19 th century and it operates with the original furniture and offers the famous cakes according to the old receipts.