Budapest, including the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrássy Avenue

Budapest is a city of wonders in architecture - this city has preserved monuments such as the Roman city of Aquincum and the Gothis castle of Buda. These buildings have had a significant influence on the architecture of all styles. The diversity of the whole city makes Budapest one of the world's most  outstanding urban landscape and illustrates the great history of Budapest and Hungary.

Danube embankments and Castle district were inscribed into the list in 1987. This ancient town district gives home to several of the Hungarian most important historic monuments.  Its beauty still remains, even though they were founded 800 year ago and despite all the earthquakes, blazes, sieges and wars. These building can tell you the stories of the far and close history.

Heroes' Square and Andrássy Avenue have joined  the Castle district and the banks of the Danube in 2002. The avenue is named after former Hungarian Prime Minister Gyula Andrássy. It is 2.5 kilometres long and has 3 distinct parts. The road track of the most wonderful avenue of Budapest was decided upon in 1872. 10 year later, everything was ready. Elaborated and carefully carved apartments buildings, hidden fountains, statues, breathtaking interiors and courtyard make this place be an awesome place for a stay in pair or just some relax after a long week.

When you pass through the Andrássy Avenue, you will end up at the Heroes' square. This is the most impressive square of Budapest. In the middle of the square stands the monumental statue with Archangel Gabriel on the top, holding the double-cross (symbol of Christianity) and the Holy Hungarian Crown - the Millennium Monument. Arounf zhe square you can find many other statues of other important persons of Hungarian history.

 
 
 
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