Budapest: a city with two halves
The Hungarian Parliament building is the landmark of this Central European metropolis.
It has a dome, reminiscent of Duomo in Florence.
The Parliament building stands majestically on the Danube in Pest, the river which divides the capital into two parts, Buda and Pest.
The Buda Castle overlooks Budapest from its privileged position on the Burgberg. The castle shines in spectacular light at night and offers visitors the best view over this beautiful world cultural city in the heart of Europe. The Heroes' Square and the House of Terror are one of the city's unique sights, reminiscent of their turbulent past, the constant struggle for the freedom of Hungary.
Coffee and cakes characterize everyday life in Budapest, just as in the Donaustadt. Many cafes with their partly stylish facilities offer the perfect backdrop for culinary delights.
Investigate the budapesters and interested property investors and visit one of the many thermal baths. The Gellért bath is a triumph of Art Nouveau. The huge Széchenyi outdoor swimming pool overwhelms every visitor. The nightclubs there promise a truly extraordinary dancing pleasure. Or the Rudas Bath takes you to the Turkish occupation of Budapest.
More and more Asian, Russian-speaking, English investors are interested in this pearl among the capital cities of Europe.
Editorial editing: Hauer Robert
Translation: Garanina Elena