Monuments and Tourist attractions

Discover the most beautiful and symbolic monuments in Budapest and the attractions you shouldn't miss on your trip to Budapest.

Unmissable Monuments and Attractions

Andrássy Avenue

Andrassy Avenue is, along with Váci Utca, one of the most emblematic streets of Budapest. Discover its history and best things to do and see.

Budapest Parliament

The Hungarian Parliament, also called Budapest Parliament, is the city’s most symbolic building and one of the most famous in Europe.

Buda Castle

Buda Castle is one of Budapest’s most famous landmarks, along with the Chain Bridge. It offers an impressive view of the city and is breathtaking.

Chain Bridge

The Chain Bridge is the oldest bridge in Budapest and is the Danube’s most renowned overpass. It took 20 years to build and was inaugurated in 1849.

Fisherman’s Bastion

The Fishermen’s Bastion is a lookout located on the Castle Hill in Budapest, to the west of the Danube River. It offers a spectacular view of the city.

Budapest Opera House

The Hungarian State Opera, also known as Budapest Opera House, is one of Hungary’s most beautiful buildings. It was built between 1875 – 1884.

Heroes’ Square

The Heroes’ Square is one of the main squares in Budapest. Its statues commemorate the leaders of the seven tribes of the Hungarians and other leaders.

Váci Utca

Váci Utca (Váci Street) is Budapest’s most important street along with Andrassy Avenue. It is also a great shopping area. Find out about more.


The Citadella is a fortress located at the highest point of Budapest. It offers the best views over the city and is considered one of the best visits.

Central Market Hall

The Great Market Hall in Budapest is the largest of the five markets founded at the end of the nineteenth century. Discover its history and what to see.

Great Synagogue

The Great Synagogue of Budapest is the second largest synagogue in the world, after Jerusalem’s synagogue. It is 53 m high and 26 m wide.

Labyrinth of Buda Castle

The Labyrinth of Buda Castle in Budapest is a cave system with springs, basements, caves and cellars that is 1,200 meters long. It is currently closed.


Aquincum was an important Roman city, discovered at the end of the nineteenth century in Budapest. Find out about the ruins and its museum.