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  • Explore Andrássy út (Andrássy Avenue), a showcase boulevard of significant institutions, embassies, high-end boutiques, and villas. Known as the “Champs-Elysées” of Budapest, Andrássy Avenue connects Deák Ferenc Square and Heroes’ Square. Stroll down this UNESCO world heritage site lined with spectacular Neo-Renaissance mansions and 19th-century townhouses. Visit Heroes’ Square at the top of Andrássy Avenue and admire the statues of some of the greatest personalities of the Hungarian history.

  • Tour the lively Terézváros district, home to Budapest’s “Broadway” Nagymező Street, and see a show at the Hungarian State Opera. Designed by Miklós Ybl, one of the most famous Hungarian architects, the Hungarian State Opera House opened its doors to the public in 1884. The Opera House was listed as one of the favorite spots of Queen Elisabeth, Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary.

  • Ride the funicular up to the Castle District to explore the beginnings of Hungary’s capital city. Explore the Royal Palace, the Matthias Church and its surrounding buildings, and take in the best view of the city and the River Danube at the Fisherman’s Bastion. Other nearby attractions include the National Library, the Hungarian National Gallery, and the Castle Museum.

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