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• Explore the Budai vár (Buda Castle). Once the royal residence for the Hungarian kings of old, the castle complex today houses several museums, and is part of Budapest’s spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Site. While Budai vár now consists of an 18th-century Baroque palace, the first structure to occupy the location was constructed in the 1200s.

• Visit the Mátyás-templom (Matthias Church). Nestled within the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Mátyás-templom has been holding Catholic Mass since the early 11th century. Yet, much of the current cathedral dates to the 1400s, when King Matthias Corvinus remodeled the structure with Gothic-style architecture.

• Travel to the Vajdahunyad vára (Vajdahunyad Castle). Constructed in the 1890s to celebrate Hungary’s millennial anniversary, the estate is now the site of numerous festivals, concerts, and social gatherings. This marvelous historical structure is even the home to the prestigious Magyar Mezőgazdasági Múzeum (Museum of Hungarian Agriculture).
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