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Did you know that Budapest is home of the third largest Parliament building in the world? On this unique walking tour you will find out that and much more whilst strolling around the city. You will have a chance to explore Budapest’s urban secrets accompanied by your own personal guide, who will share with you the stories about the downtown of Budapest. Have an exciting walk from Deák Square to Neogothic indoor market, and get ready to experience the real glory of the city!
The landmarks you will encounter on you way during the walk in Budapest:
Deák Square: One of the central squares of city’s downtown, named for Ferenc Deák, is a major intersection and transport junction in Budapest.
St. Stephen's Basilica: A Roman Catholic basilica, named in honour of Stephen, the first King of Hungary
Szabadság Square: Also called Liberty Square, where you can also find a monument for Soviet liberation of Hungary in World War II from Nazi German occupation.
Parliament Building: One of Europe's oldest legislative buildings, built in 1904 in the Gothic Revival style
Kossuth Square: Renamed in 1927 in honour of Lajos Kossuth, it was previously known by several names like Parliament Square and Landfill Square
Vigadó Square: An elegant square in front of the Vigadó Concert Hall, and is laid out around a charming fountain
Váci Street: One of the most famous pedestrian street of central Budapest, where you will find large number of restaurants and shops
Vámház körút, visiting Market Hall: The biggest market hall of the city, was opened in 1897.
Vörösmarty square: Public square in the Budapest city centre, with a beautiful statue of famous poet Mihály Vörösmarty