A panoramic view that stuns
The beautiful architecture, quaint streets, windows decorated with bright flowers, neatly outlined parking zones, yellow trams and elegant street lamps are just some of the things that make you want to applaud the Hungarian aesthetic sense.
A river apart
River Danube separates Buda from Pest. Buda lies on the west side of the river and is the old, hilly part of the city. Pest is on the east side of Danube. It’s the livelier and the busier side, famous for its nightlife.
Lamps, lamps everywhere
The city definitely has the most exquisite and ornate street lamps I have ever seen.
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