One of the most beautiful buildings in Budapest, in my humble opinion. Especially breathtaking at night.
St.Stephen's basilica is the biggest church in Budapest. Unfortunately, I couldn't get in 'cause it was already a night, but I was pretty amazed just looking at it and walking around.
City's largest church and a dominating part of the Budapest skyline. The inside was impressive but I only got a brief look before the priests chased everyone out for mass.
This is where I work and this is what I see from my window. you must see it if you are here, buuuuuuuut if you're not here during the whole year..........
The home of the mummified right hand of St Stephen. They chopped it off ehn they noticed it wasn't going mouldy like the rest of him. Still unlike St Gellert at least they did it afterhe was dead.
Huge Basilika in Pest side. The tallest church in Budapest.
We can see it from everywhere, but the best view is from Buda hill over Danube.
In the cathedral the hand of St. Istvan is beeing kept.
The works of significant Hungarian artists of the period, among them Mór Than, Bertalan Székely, and Gyula Benczúr , ornament the inside of the church and the chancel.-
Unique 360? panorama from 65 metres up. You must see it!
Tickets: adults - 500 Ft; children,ISIC, Budapest Card - 400 Ft
Open: 1.april - 31.october 10 - 18 (every day)
Built in neoclassic style, it’s the biggest and most important catholic church of the city. You can climb to the top of the dome, where you can admire one of the most suggestive views of Budapest.
Hard to miss this 96 meter neo-Renaissance dome and to turn down its free admission though you can pay to visit the treasury.