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Film Locations Tour in Budapest With a Local
"Step through time and different locations during your 3 hour private film locations tour with your local guide Claudia. This tour will show you where a number of famous and entertaining films have been shot and walk where the stars have been! You wi see some well-known places and get to know why this city is a a popular choice for filming locations. Here is your call time: 10:00 - Meet up 10:30 - Opera - Victory Evita: The phantom of the Opera 11:00 - Gozsdu Udvar: Red Heat Underworld 11:30 - Nyugati Station: Spy game Munich 12:00 - Parliament: Last Run Evita 12:30 - Gresham Palace: Spy 13:00 - Castle If you have any special requests this tour can be personalised to your taste
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Downtown Pest 3 Hour Private Tour with an Historian
"This tour takes you through Pest the busy and lively centre of the city on the east bank of the river Danube. Since the Middle Ages the castle of Buda on the west bank has always been the seat of royal power. But in the second half of the 19th become the opulent political financial and religious centre of the newborn Hungarian nation. That development started in 1867 when Hungary regained most of its independence after a political compromise with the Austrian Hapsburg Empire to which the country belonged. Six years later Buda and Pest were unified and from then the city started booming. They built a huge new Parliament extravagant palaces for the Stock Exchange and banks
From $295.00
Historical and Cultural Guided Tour of Budapest
"I pick you up from your hotel or wherever is most comfortable for you and we head straight to the City Park this is where our tour starts. City Park has many sightseeing opportunities including the glorious Vajdahunyad Castle Széchenyi bath (the largest thermal bath in the capital) the Zoo and an outdoor Ice skating rink. We then head to Hero's Square where I will give you a short lesson regarding the most important figures in Hungarian history.Along the famous Andrássy Avenue
From EUR250.00

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Mafia and Contemporary Drug-market Museum

There is a very unique museum/exhibition in Budapest. Its partly about the classical Mafia in Sicily and USA and partly about the drug sitation in Budapest. Italian friends told me to see it, for it's...
Apr 04, 2011

Get Governmental

No building in Budapest is more famous than the Imre Steindl-designed Parliament, which was finally completed in 1902. It now stands as the largest building in the nation, and the largest Parliament...
Apr 01, 2011


Construction of this popular sight began in 1885, the architect was professional, had seen lot of architecture styles of Europe. The style is neo-gothic. The best view of this palace can be seem...
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Mar 04, 2011


The Hungarian Parliament Building (Hungarian: Országház, literally country house) is the seat of the National Assembly of Hungary, one of Europe's oldest legislative buildings, a notable landmark of...
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Dec 15, 2010

See the Hungarian Parliament Building

In Lajos Kossuth Square on the bank of the Danube, the Hungarian Parliament building stands out as one of the architectural landmarks of Budapest. Construction began in 1885, and it was completed in...
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Dec 11, 2010


Budapest has the third largest parliament building in the world, and the first one with air conditioning, according to our guide. There are bullet holes in the building opposite the parliament because...
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Nov 21, 2010


The Parliament in Hungary looks like a gigant castle. It's a big and majestic building. 17000 square meters, and the tower is 95 meters tall. The construction started in 1885 and it took 20 years to...
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Nov 17, 2010

Tour of the Parliament building

Probably the most photographed building in Budapest and one you cannot miss is the Parliament building. It is *the* landmark of Budapest and Hungary, the largest building (691 rooms) of the country....
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Apr 03, 2010


Completed in time to celebrate the 1000th anniversary of Hungary in 1896, the Parliament building is situated on the banks of the Danube. It was built in the Gothic Revival style, and is not only a...
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Jan 17, 2010


This is not totally straight-forward: as you must book your time AHEAD of time, so if you are definitely wanting to do this, check it out early, as the groups are a controlled number of persons, and...
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Jul 28, 2009

The Parliament in Hungary

The Parliament in Hungary looks like a gigant castle. It's a big and majestic building. 17000 square meters, and the tower is 95 meters tall. The construction started in 1885 and it took 20 years to...
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Jun 23, 2009

Danube Jewel (I&V)

Orszaghaz – the Hungarian Parliament is huge, richly decorated building on the left bank of Danube, designed by Imre Steindl and built between 1884 and 1902. Interior decoration of the Parliament is...
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May 06, 2009
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Things to Do Near Parliament - Orszaghaz

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Millennium Monument

I'm at Heroes square and its about 10am. Tourist buses by the dozen are arriving and dropping off lots and lots of tourists. Looks like they are coming here first and then going to the Art Museums. I...
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Imre Nagy Statue

The man standing on the bridge was a very popular sculpture I saw in Budapest. His name is Imre Nagy, the man the people of Budapest nominated to become the new Prime Minister during the uprising in...
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Comedy Theatre - Vigszinhaz

The neo-baroque building of the Commedy Theatre is the most beautiful sight on the Szent István körút(Saint Stephen`s Ring), the first part of the Nagykörút (Big Ring). The contruction of this...
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St. Anne's Church - Szt Anna Templom

Saint Anne Parish Church is a Servite Church built in the baroque style by János György Pavor, its first stone laid on September 8, 1725 the day of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the church is in honour of...
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Ernst Museum

We found this museum by our Budapest Card Catalogue. It was our last day in Budapest, Sunday, it's drizzling. But we decided to visit some museums. And Ernst Museum was one of them. We saw so...
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Gresham Palace

The palace is a fine example of Hungarian Art Nouveau architecture the building was commissioned by Gresham Insurance Brokers of London to local architect Zsigmond Quittner. The work began in 1904 and...
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Getting to Parliament - Orszaghaz


1055 Budapest, Kossuth tér 1-3.


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