Budapest is one of Europe’s sunniest cities. Spring and fall are delightful, and winter arrives late. Summer is long and hot, offering many splendid diversions, as vacationers and locals fill outdoor gardens and cafés along the lovely Danube River.
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An Art Nouveau masterpiece, this magnificent hotel on the Danube reflects Budapest’s imperial grandeur and youthful energy.
Hungary’s enormous Parliament took twenty years to build. Completed in 1902, this stylish building contains 691 rooms and the Hungarian Crown Jewels.
The city’s largest church, St. Stephen's Basilica, took more than 50 years to complete during the 19th century.
This two-for-one city is divided into Buda, where you’ll discover the remarkable thermal baths and cobblestone streets of Castle Hill, and Pest, with its melting pot of culture, from the renowned Opera House to the Basilica to numerous contemporary museums.
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