Head here if you want to see the largest building in Hungary, one of the two tallest buildings in Budapest and a serving location for the…
This Neoclassical church, consecrated in 1905, is the largest church in Budapest as well as one of the two tallest buildings in the city.
This memorial on the Danube riverbank commemorates nearly four thousand of citizens of Budapest (mainly of Jewish origin) who were killed…
The Hungarian Academy of Sciences is the most important and prestigious learned society of Hungary.
This church is one of the oldest in Budapest - said to be nearly two millenia old.
This beautiful public square is named after the Hungarian war for independence, that took place between 1848 and 1849.
The customers of this small pub generally agree that it has a great atmosphere and ambience, as well as rich helpings of well-done meals.
This music club is one of the most popular ones in Budapest. Just don't expect to find an empty seat on a Friday evening, the place is going…
A nightlife spot popular with locals as well as tourists where you can enjoy various shows and concerts. Great food, too.
Kempinski Hotel Corvinus, a member of the Kempinski group, is a five star hotel in Budapest, Hungary.
Central European University is a graduate-level private university accredited in Austria and the U.S., with a campus in Vienna.
Liberty Square is a public square located in the Lipótváros neighborhood of Budapest, Hungary.
Károly Kamermayer was a Hungarian jurist and councillor, who served as the first mayor of Budapest between 1873 and 1896.