Gaint building on the banks of the Danube ,built at the height of Hungarian empire building in the 1800's ,incidentally so large that 60% percent of the rooms aren't used ( and may never have been)
View of Parliament across the Danube from Fishermans Bastion.
It stands right on the shores, it certainly is an sight.
Based on the London one, this is also one of the major sight of the city.
It is possible to visit it but only at some particular time of the day...
The Parliament Building on the Pest side was designed by the Hungarian architect Imre Steidl. It was constructed between 1884 and 1902 and was then the largest Parliament Building in the world.
A excursion through the Parliament building is possible when you are in a organized group . There are several agencies who can arrange this , check in your hotel or at tourist information office.
The neo-Gothic Parliament building , an imposing example of fin-de-siecle , historicizing and eclectic architecture. A visit is an absolutely must in my opinion.
Maybe the most famous building of Budapest is the parliament. It´s situated on the banks of the Danube and it´s so beautiful with all the little towers etc.
Another neo-Gothic building situated on the banks of the River Danube. It is the home of the Hungarian parliament.
Budapest's Parliment houses does not need explaination, but it is one of the most intriquing buildings in the city.
Parliament - a classic case of Neo-Gothic and Baroque architecture styles. Entry to the parliament is restricted and I believe it's granted only on a group tour basis.
Dominating the skyline of Pest, this grand building with its neo-Gothic dome offers tours in English.