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Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is one of the most beautiful and historically significant cities in Europe. Located on the banks of the Danube River, Budapest combines a rich cultural heritage, majestic architecture and beautiful natural landscapes.

Budapest's history dates back more than two thousand years. The city was founded in the 1st century AD by Roman military colonists and was named Aquincum. In the following centuries, Budapest changed hands between different nations and empires, including the Huns, the Ottoman Empire and the Austrian Empire. In 1873, Budapest became a united city consisting of three previously separate cities, Buda, Obuda and Pest. This unification led to the creation of a unique cultural and architectural ensemble.

One of Budapest's most notable landmarks is Buda Castle. Located on Gellert Hill, the castle is a historic fortress built in the 13th century. It was destroyed during the Ottoman invasion and rebuilt in the 18th century in the Baroque style. Buda Castle is impressive in its grandeur and offers stunning views of the city.

Not far from Buda Castle is the Fisherman's Bastion, another famous sight in Budapest. This unique neo-Gothic architectural structure was built in the late 19th century and served as a defence wall. Today, the Fisherman's Bastion is a popular tourist spot where you can enjoy a beautiful view of the Danube River and the city.
Pest, the second part of Budapest, is known for its magnificent boulevards and walking areas.

One of the most famous streets is Andrássy ut, known for its luxury shops and restaurants. You can also find many beautiful buildings in Pest, such as the Parliament, a majestic neo-Gothic building that is one of the city's tallest and most beautiful landmarks.

One of the symbols of Budapest is St Stephen's Church. This magnificent basilica, named after the first Hungarian king, is one of the country's most important religious and cultural landmarks. Its imposing dome and majestic interior leave an unforgettable impression on visitors.
Budapest is also famous for its thermal springs. The city is one of the largest thermal spas in Europe. Thermal baths such as Széchenyi and Gellert offer visitors the opportunity to relax and enjoy the therapeutic properties of the hot springs.

Apart from the above mentioned attractions, Budapest is also known for its museums, parks and many festivals that attract tourists from all over the world. The city comes alive during summer festivals, such as the Slavic Culture Festival, when the streets are filled with music, dancing and joyful people.

Budapest is a city that inspires and mesmerises. Its history, architecture and cultural heritage make it a unique place to visit. Whether you visit it for historical exploration, relaxing in the thermal springs or savouring the art and culture, Budapest will leave unforgettable impressions in your memory.

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