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Budapest, the capital city of Hungary, is one of the largest and grandest cities in Europe. Located on the banks of River Danube, it’s the country’s primary political, economic, commercial, industrial, cultural and transportation hub. It was initially the Roman capital of Pannonia Inferior. It became an abode of Renaissance Humanist culture after the Romans left. The city is home to several world Heritage Sites like the Buda Castle Quarter, Heroes’ Square, the Millennium Underground Railway which is the world’s second oldest metro line and the famous Andrassy Avenue. The city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is filled with art-noveau architecture, structural marvels, bustling nightlife and renowned dining scene.
Budapest experiences a humid continental climate to oceanic climate which is known for its warm, long summers and dry, cold winters. The best time to visit the city is between the months of March and April as the spring season ends the dry cold. Long sunny days interspersed with little rain between September and October heralds the autumn season and is also a great time to enjoy the highlights of Budapest.
There are plenty of beautiful monuments to see in Budapest. Chain Bridge is one of the cultural symbols of the city while Buda Castle is a magnificent building filled with amazing art. Szechenyi thermal bath is one of the stunning architectural marvel of Budapest and the Hungarian State Opera House is a classic example of neo-Renaissance architecture. Then there is Hungarian Parliament Building, Margaret Island, Hosok Tere Square, Matthias Church, Andrassy Avenue, Hungarian National Gallery, Citadella, Vajdahunyad Castle, Liberty Statue, Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden, Hall of Art, Hungarian Railway History Park, Hungarian Natural History Museum, Gellért Hill Cave and Ethnographic Museum.
Budapest can be reached by direct flights from all the major European and American cities. Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport is the primary international gateway to Hungary and is very well connected by regional and domestic airlines. Flights to Budapest are widely available from all the major European cities including London, Brussels, Munich, Paris and Amsterdam. Flights to Budapest are also available from Europe, Africa, USA, Asia and Middle East either through direct flights or connections. Budapest flights are widely available from all the major international airports and offers the choice of several airlines. Check out the cheapest airfares to Budapest online. Get the best Budapest flights with Holidayme.