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Lugares emblemáticos en Budapest

Capitol Building
“The Gothic outline of Parliament is one of Budapest’s most familiar landmarks, dominating an elegant curve of the Danube close to central Pest. This architectural masterpiece was designed by Imre Steindl to stand 96 metres tall, in line with the Hungarian millennial celebrations of 1896, when it was inaugurated. At the time, it presided over a nation that then extended as far as the Adriatic. Still part of the largest building in Hungary, many of its 691 rooms today remain unused though the ornamental grandeur of its 29 staircases, frescoes, half-a-million precious stones and 40 kilograms of gold continue to impress sightseers.”
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Synagogue
“Walk the “synagogue triangle” in the old Jewish Quarter: Before Hungary’s alliance with Nazi Germany and participation in the Holocaust, Budapest was home to a thriving community of more than 200,000 Jewish people. Jews had been integral to Budapest's commerce, arts, and sciences. Inside the old Jewish Quarter, you can still visit three dazzling synagogues near one another, including Europe’s largest in Dohány Street.”
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Iglesia
“St. Stephen’s Basilica (‘Szent István Bazilika’ in Hungarian) is the largest church in Budapest. Planning and construction took 54 years. If you visit this landmark, don't miss the rooftop viewpoint!”
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Plaza
“●Heroes’ Square ○The city’s biggest square, and probably one of the most iconic landmarks of Budapest. ”
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Mirador
“A faux historic landmark in the Castle District, the ornate confection of the Fishermen’s Bastion (Halászbástya) was conceived to offset nearby Matthias Church rebuilt by the same architect, Frigyes Schulek. Using the remaining sections of the fortress that ran along this panoramic edge of Castle Hill, Schulek created an elegant walkway topped with seven cone-topped towers, symbolising the Magyar chieftains who settled in this part of the Carpathian Basin in the late 800s. Some 140 metres long, the bastion, named after the fishermen’s guild who defended this section of the wall in the Middle Ages, provides outstanding views of the Danube and Pest cityscape. The lower section is free to enter, as is the whole complex mid-October and mid-March, and from 8pm to 9am year-round, while 1,000-forint admission is charged to enter the upper towers mid-March to mid-October, between 9am and 8pm daily.”
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Castillo
“Spread atop Castle Hill, the Castle District is a key Budapest attraction and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Easily reached by the funicular from Clark Ádám tér on the Buda side of Chain Bridge, the Castle District permanently attracts gaggles of tourists, who mill around the focal square of Szentháromság tér and the two most popular sights of Matthias Church and Fishermen’s Bastion.”
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Sitio histórico
“- Hike up Gellert Hill to the Citadel, a former stronghold that was built after the Revolution of 1848/49. Paved paths and steps thread up to the top where the Hungarian Statue of Liberty, the 45-foot-high statue of a woman holding a palm leaf, commemorates the country's liberation from Fascist rule. The path is steep but if you want an aerobic workout, it's a very brisk 20-minute walk to the summit. On the way are benches, including one set in an alcove that's a retreat for lovers. The views from the top are some of the city's best - you'll see all bridges that span the Danube, as well as the Basilica, Margaret Island, Kopaszi Dyke and St. Matthias Church.”
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Plaza
“i love hösok tere, even if there are always many people its very monumental and close to the beautiful park, also you can walk down famous andrassy utca but also take the very first metro of budapest, the number 1 its cute and small and very interesting”
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Castillo
“Vajdahunyad Castle was built in Városliget in 1908. Basing his design on the classic Transylvanian Gothic model, Ignác Alpár created it for the millennial celebrations of 1896 with the goal of embodying 1,000 years of Hungarian architecture. Originally, it was a temporary construction of wood, but it was so popular that it was recreated in stone and brick by 1908. The castle today is home to the Museum of Agriculture. The building stands on an artificial island in the Városliget Lake and is accessible via four bridges. The statue of medieval chronicler Anonymous sits in its interior courtyard.”
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Iglesia
“St Stephen’s Basilica of Budapest is one of the most beautiful and significant churches and touristic attractions of the country. This is partly due to its historical heritage, of being dedicated to the holy king St Stephen who was also the founder of the Hungarian state, and partly to the architectural and artistic value of the building itself. ”
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Outdoor Sculpture
“The Shoes on the Danube Bank is a memorial statue by film director Can Togay and sculptor Gyula Pauer, created to honour the people killed by Fascist militiamen in Budapest during World War II. The installation is made up of 60 pairs of period-appropriate iron shoes, representing the victims who had to take their shoes off before execution, leaving them behind on the riverbank. On cast iron plaques alongside, the following text is written in Hungarian, English and Hebrew: “To the memory of the victims shot into the Danube by Arrow Cross militiamen in 1944–45. Erected 16 April 2005”. In 2017 the statue was ranked second among the world’s most fascinating public sculptures by America’s prestigious Architectural Digest magazine.”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“It was first erected in 1947 in remembrance of what was then referred to as the Soviet liberation of Hungary during World War II, which ended the occupation by Nazi Germany. Its location upon Gellért Hill makes it a prominent feature of Budapest's cityscape”
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Sitio histórico
“A perfect spot for a romantic rendezvous, the Tomb of Gül Baba is surrounded by beautiful gardens, recently renovated and reopened. The landmark honours Gül Baba, an Ottoman-era poet and philosopher who died shortly after the Turkish conquest of Buda. From his statue, a panoramic view stretches all the way to the Danube. The walkways up to the site, near the Buda foot of Margaret Bridge, have also been revamped.”
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Sitio histórico
“The building complex is one of the most beautiful creations of the Hungarian romantic style; ever since its opening in 1883 it has always been regarded as an undisputed masterpiece with its beauty and balanced proportions. Castle Garden won the Best of Budapest Best event & conference locations (2016) prize.”
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Castillo
“Buda Castle is the historical Baroque castle and palace complex of the Hungarian kings in Budapest built in the 13th century . It houses today the HUNGARIAN NATIONAL GALLERY.”
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Plaza
“This beautiful square is ideal for a stroll and it's also worth checking at night!”
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