Free attractions in Budapest
Budapest is one of the most beautiful cities of Europe and one of the cheapest holiday destinations. Attractive throughout the year, Budapest seduces travelers with its impressive architecture of buildings, romantic cruises on the Danube, warm spas and welcoming and, not least, the appetizing cuisine.
You can spend a few days in this city at very low prices. Here are some of its free attractions:
1. The Parliament Building (Orszaghaz)
Residents of the EU countries can visit the Parliament Building for free. Orszaghaz is one of the most impressive buildings in the metropolis and its definitely worth a visit. It is possible to opt for a tour with a local guide. However, to visit this building you have to go in the period in which the lawmakers are on vacation.
2. Church St. Stephen (Szent Istvan Bazilika)
Some of the free attractions in the wold are the churches, and Budapest is no exception to the rule. Szent Istvan Bazilika is the most important church of the city and is built in neoclassical style. The dome is a true emblem for the capital, it can be seen from any part of town.
3. The big Synagogue
If you want to visit an unusual place in Budapest you have the chance to get into the biggest synagogue in Europe. The building is acclaimed internationally for its beauty and magnificence.
4. Margaret Island
Budapest has an island, located in the heart of the city that became a place of relaxation for tourists and locals. You can go with friends for a few hours of relaxation. If you are accompanied by your partner, they will surely appreciate the superb panorama here.
5. Museum of Fine Arts
Fine Arts Museum hosts the collections of Goya and El Greco, but also old objects from the Roman period. Admission is free.