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Budapest, ciudad arquitectónica

Architectonic city

Buda Castle
In the Castle of Buda you can see Mattia's Church, the Gothic Royal Palace, the house of the President and the Fisherman's Bastion with its beautiful view over the city.

Jewish Budapest
Budapest has the biggest Synagogue of Europe. It is in the VII district, in Dohany utca. Inside, there is the famous sculpture of "the life tree" from Imre Varga with all the names of the Holocaust victims. Another sign of this tragic event is the iron shoes to be found along the river Da nube (Pest side).

Turkish Budapest
Budapest was under the Turkish rule between 1541 and 1686. Today, we can find the Turkish period mainly in the public hygiene and bath culture. Rudas, Rac and Kiraly Thermal baths are quite similar to the original Turkish structure. From the Turkish period is also the baba Gul tomb, in II district, in Mecset ut 14.

Art Nouveau Budapest
We can find several Art Nouveau buildings in Budapest, but for sure the most famous is Gresham Palace, that is today a very famous Hotel: the Four Seasons. Another important and well known building in Art Nouveau is the Gellert Hotel.

Fisherman's Bastion in Budapest

The Bauhaus Budapest
Bauhaus buildings in Budapest can be found in Servita square, or in Buda, in Pasaréti square. Napraforgó street and the surroundings have mane buildings in this style. Another street with Bauhaus buildings is Margit avenue.

Gothic and Neogothic Budapest
The Gothic Budapest can be easily found in Buda Castle and in Mattia's Church. The Parliament, instead, is from the neogothic period. Do not miss the free visit inside the Parliament with a local guide.

Thermal Bath in Budapest

The classicist Budapest
The Hungarian classicism in the '800 widely affected the Pest life, with its social meetings, the literal groups, the numerous dance parties. The Hungarian National Museum, in the IX district, in Museum street 33, is a typical structure from this style.

Royal Palace in Budapest

The Roman Budapest
For many centuries, the river Danube fixed the borders of the Roman Empire. In that period, the only important roman city was Aquincum in Obuda. You can see the remains in the Aquincum Museum, in II district, in Szentendrei ut 139.

The liberty Budapest
Budapest was mainly built between the end of '800 and the beginning of '900, before the First World War, and the style of that period was the Liberty. Odon Lechner (1845/1914), the Hungarian Gaudí was an important Architect of that period. We can admire this style in Lipótváros streets.

Budapest Museum of Fine Arts