Explore the capital city of Hungary with your favorite escort model. The best to see Buda by day and to discover Pest by night.
1. Buda Castle Hill:
Your best option is to walk along the cobblestone streets and discover Castle Hill with your sexy companion.
Take your time,as there is a lot to see and do and exploring together the Castle Hill,its can take entire day.
Visit with your escort girl the Matthias Church,Trinity square and the Fisherman's Bastion.
2. Fisherman's Bastion:
The bastion is located right behind the Matthias Church in the castle district,its often the first stop for tourists
visiting in Budapest.
Between the Matthias Church and the Fisherman's Bastion stands a statue of the first christian king of Hungary,
3. Gellért Hill:
Gellért Hill offers some of the best panoramic view of Budapest.
Visible from almost everywhere in Budapest, Gellért Hill with the impressive 14 metre Liberty monument on its peak,
is one of the city's memorable landmarks.
A palm-bearing statue of a female wearing on her right hand side is an allegorical presentation of "Progress"
and the statue of her left represents "Evil".
The symbol of the Hungarian capital built between 1855 and 1904.
Selected as a World Heritage site as a central element in the Danube panorama in 2011, the edifice is not only an invaluable treasure, but also the pride of the nation.The walls from outside are decorated by the statues of the most important historical figures of Hungary.
It provides a home for the legislature, a place of safekeeping for the Hungarian Holy Crown, and a workplace both for the 199 Members of Parliament and for the nearly 600 people who assist them. Currently, the building also houses the offices of the Prime Minister and his support staff. The Parlament is the most expensive building ever built in Hungary.
You can visit the Parlament daily at 10:00, 12:00, 13:00,14:00, with the english guide group.
2. St. Stephen Basilica
The St. Stephen Basilica is the most important church in Hungary,one of the most significant tourist
attractions and the third highest building in our country.
Its named in honor of Stephen,the first king of Hungary (c.975-1038)
This beautiful church build in Neo-Classical style.
Visitors may access the dome by elevator or by climbing 364 stairs for the 360° view overlooking in Budapest.
If you are interested about organ concert,you can enjoy it every Thursday.
The concerts begin at 20:00
3. The Heroes Square
The Heroes Square is one of the most visited sights of Budapest,its in front of the City Park,at the end of Andrássy Avenue,
one of the most important streets of Budapest,a World Heritage site.
In the middle of Heroes Square stands a 36 metros high corinthian column with the statue of Gabriel Archangel on the top.
if you would like to visit museums with your beautiful companion, at the two sides of Heroes Square,
the Museum of Fine Arts and the Art Gallery worth a visit.