Hungarian State Folk EnsembleThe Hungarian State Folk Ensemble was established in 1951 and has traveled to over 44 countries, playing authentic folk music and folk dances.
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Danube Folk EnsembleEstablished in 1957, the Danube Folk Ensemble is one of the most popular traditional Hungarian music and dancing groups.
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Rajkó Folk EnsembleFounded in 1952, the Rajkó Folk Ensemble and Orchestra is unique in the world.
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Budapest AirportBudapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) is the main airport in Hungary and is located 16 km to the southeast of Budapest.
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Andrássy AvenueAndrassy Avenue is, along with Váci Utca, one of the most emblematic streets of Budapest.
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Váci UtcaVáci Utca (Váci Street) is Budapest’s most important street along with Andrassy Avenue.
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Budapest ParliamentThe Hungarian Parliament, also called Budapest Parliament, is the city’s most symbolic building and one of the most famous in Europe.
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Buda CastleBuda Castle is one of Budapest’s most famous landmarks, along with the Chain Bridge.
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Chain BridgeThe Chain Bridge is the oldest bridge in Budapest and is the Danube’s most renowned overpass.
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Fisherman’s BastionThe Fishermen’s Bastion is a lookout located on the Castle Hill in Budapest, to the west of the Danube River.
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Budapest Opera HouseThe Hungarian State Opera, also known as Budapest Opera House, is one of Hungary’s most beautiful buildings.
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Heroes’ SquareThe Heroes’ Square is one of the main squares in Budapest.
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CitadellaThe Citadella is a fortress located at the highest point of Budapest.
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Great SynagogueThe Great Synagogue of Budapest is the second largest synagogue in the world, after Jerusalem’s synagogue.
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Labyrinth of Buda CastleThe Labyrinth of Buda Castle in Budapest is a cave system with springs, basements, caves and cellars that is 1,200 meters long.
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AquincumAquincum was an important Roman city, discovered at the end of the nineteenth century in Budapest.
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Museum of Fine ArtsInaugurated by Franz Joseph I of Austria in 1906, the Museum of Fine Arts is one of the most popular museums in Budapest.
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Holocaust Memorial CentreThe Holocaust Memorial Center in Budapest commemorates the more than half a million Hungarian Jews that were victims of the Holocaust.
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Hungarian National MuseumThe Hungarian National Museum houses, preserves and displays Hungary’s most important collection of historical relics from prehistory to the present day.
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Museum of Applied ArtsThe Museum of Applied Arts is located in a beautiful Hungarian Art Nouveau building.
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Museum of EthnographyThe Museum of Ethnography in Budapest (Néprajzi Múzeum) depicts the traditional Hungarian life and is housed in a remarkable building.
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Hungarian National GalleryThe Hungarian National Gallery in Budapest features Hungarian artwork from the Middle Ages to the 20th century, including a contemporary art collection.
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Budapest History MuseumThe Budapest History Museum focuses on Budapest’s history from the Middle Ages to the present day.
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St. Stephen’s BasilicaSt.
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Matthias ChurchEstablished on Castle Hill, Matthias Church is the most famous Catholic church in Budapest.
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Cave ChurchThe Cave Church in Budapest is inspired by the Maria Cave in Lourdes, France.
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Inner City Parish ChurchThe Inner City Parish Church is the oldest building on the Pest side of Budapest.
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St. Anne’s ChurchSt.
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City ParkThe Budapest City Park, also known as Városliget Park, is one of the city’s most popular public parks where many go to relax and enjoy the sun.
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Margaret IslandLocated on the Danube River, between Buda and Pest, the Margaret Island has a large and beautiful park that offers plenty of things to do.
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Central Market HallThe Great Market Hall in Budapest is the largest of the five markets founded at the end of the nineteenth century.
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Gellert Thermal BathGellért Thermal Bath is one of the most famous spas in Budapest.
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Rudas Thermal BathOne of the most beautiful Turkish-style spa in the world, Rudas Thermal Bath in Budapest was built mid-sixteenth century during the Ottoman Empire.
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Széchenyi Thermal BathSzéchenyi Thermal Bath is the largest natural hot spring spa in Budapest and Europe.
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