Walk across the Corrientes bridge on saturday. Cars are not allowed,and every thing happens there.
Fondest memory: In Buda,the view of the Bastion of the Fishermen is wonderful!!!!
River bridges, all six of them. Szabadsa (Freedom) bridge has to be the nicest of them, would anyone dispute that?
It's just been restored as well, finished last year (2008).
Favorite thing: The Szechenyi Chain Bridge is the oldest bridge in Budapest. It was built between 1840-1849 as the first permanent link between Buda and pest, and it's part of the city's World Heritage area.
Favorite thing: Budapest is divided by the Danube and although it's possible to go from Buda to Pest (or back) by metro, it's so much nicer to walk across one of the bridges.
Favorite thing: After visit the Central market we crossed this green bridge to get Gellert and its hill... it was a windy, grey and cold day so we couldnt enjoy the sight but it could be a real nice one..
Favorite thing: A view from belgrad avenue .. a pedestrian avenue on the riverside, its a long avenue around the river that let behold all bridges and shot pics to buda castle...so suggestable at evening
Favorite thing: This was the first permanet bridgeof Budapest open it to cars in 1849 as a exemple of classicism. the tunel runs from Roosevelt square to the Buda's tunel under the castle hill.
This is one of the popular Bridges of Budapest. (I forgot he name...)
You will have this great view if you will use the cable railway near the Fisherman Bastion