The River Danube acts as a natural divide between the two parts of the city, with iconic bridges like the Chain Bridge and the Liberty Bridge. It is highly recommended to take a boat trip down the Danube to enjoy the unbeatable views of the Parliament and its impressive night-time illumination.
In the Budapart, historical sites can be found such as Castle Hill, Trinity Square, Matthias Church and the Fisherman’s Bastion, which represent different eras of the city. For its part, in Pest is where the urban life of Budapest and the best shopping areas are concentrated. The majestic Andràssy Avenue with its historical buildings has been declared World Heritage by UNESCO.