Paris in Budapest
See your guide: Katalin B.Budapest became a real metropolis at the end of the 19th century. Make a walk along the Andrássy Avenue and its off-streets, look into the buildings and You understand why the Hungarian capital is called "Paris of the East". Magnificent facades, masterpieces of the „Gold Age” of the Monarchy, splendour and elegance in this quarter of the former aristocracy and artists - State Opera House, Academy of Music, House of Photography, the famous Vanderbilt Mansion and so many more...the entire avenue is a UNESCO-part. Got tired? We take the underground - it was the second in Europe! It is like a museum piece with photos and relics of old Pest at each station.
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