Buda Castle Hill could be the setting of a story book📖📕📖, nestled at the hilly west bank of the Buda side of Budapest, not only important historic sites, Buda Castle Hill also hides the entrance to a large interconnected cellar system that consists of natural caves created by thermal waters♨♨♨ and man-made passageways.Fisherman’s Bastion, one of the most unique and Magnificent viewing🥰🥰🥰 terraces at the exact spot where the local fishermen’s guild built their defence installations in the Middle Ages.
Hungary’s Parliament building🏛🏛🏛 known around the world as one of the most stunning examples of combine Gothic Revival and Renaissance Revival architecture. Situated in the Pest side of the city, Hungary’s Parliament building has been witness to some of the country’s most pivotal moments, it’s has stood through the world wars and a shifting urban landscape. The heart of Downtown: Váci Street, a shopper’s paradise🛍👔👗👜🥾👢 of course along with cafes🍰🍩☕ and restaurants🍔🍝🥣🍕.
The territory of modern Hungary was from centuries inhabited by different succession of peoples, while cities and towns of all sizes have preserved their classic old historical attractions, many of which exhibit influences from various cultures. There are many beautiful buildings spread around Hungary with many important ones based in Budapest. Today Hungary is wholly Budapest-centred, the town of two cities — Buda and Pest — on either side of the Danube.
Each of castles brings with it hundreds of years of human history, and perhaps a ghost story👻👻👻 or two. Medieval stone walls, sky-high towers, bridges arching over glittering moats – Castles across the continent display architectural skills and magnificence. Dotting the European landscape, Castles seem full of magic and mystery; sometimes romantic, sometimes sinister, castles around the world evoke a palpable feeling of wonder and a fairytale.
The Quaint Old Town of Prague seems frozen in time, Medieval times that is. The unique architecture of Prague really stands out with the Art and Architecture of Medieval buildings encompasses many movements, or eras, in art history. Although the Medieval period is complex but through the fabric of the building, we can look at a field for a range of subjects, from complex theological ideas to biblical tales, from whimsical creatures to purely decorative foliate forms.
Prague, dubbed the City of a Hundred Spires with rich in architectural landmarks, it was the seat of the Kingdom of Bohemia and the favoured residence of several Roman Emperors at ancient time. Immerse yourself with the city goes back over a thousand years, Prague became a town in the ancient cobbled streets, long shadows stretching from glowing lanterns and golden spires of Prague.