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If you have booked an advance visit of the parliament you will be guided through it for 45 minutes (after a safety check). It is really worth the time, money and energy, the building is unbelievable beautiful, you can have a look at the real...More
I was intrigued by the wonderful parliament buildings on my first day. Clearly visible from The Danube and quite beautiful..
Easy to find by google maps,not too many tourist signs. When you get there its well organised with regular guided tours. You need to take...More
We got there on a Sunday afternoon , people really friendly we did the tour in English and we walk the building . It was amazing !!!!! So beautiful and imponent !! They rebuild it after the war and the crafmanship of the work is...More
We booked online a couple of weeks before our trip (definitely book as they do sell out), the tour was about £7 each and lasts about an hour.
The building is absolutely beautiful and the tour was interesting and fun, well worth an hour of...More
This is a must see in Budapest, especially at night from the other side of the river. We opted for the tour which took about 40/50 mins to go round. It had in facts and comedy to make you want to listen. The parliament building...More
This building is beautiful - both inside and outside. and the building needs to be viewed at morning and at night to appreciate it. the Tour is a must do - there is an exhibition at the end of the tour which gives lots of...More
I would give 5* even if I was just rating the building itself, and not the tour as well. Modeled after the British Parliament, this is one of my new favorite buildings in the world. My friend and I first saw it in the early...More
We took the 50 minute tour in English. While this felt a bit short, the building is truly spectacular and well worth a look. The tour guide was very engaging and informative and made an effort to interact with the group and make it more...More
Discover the Inner City along the banks of the Danube, with its fashionable shops and iconic buildings. The Inner-City Parish Church and St. Stephen’s Basilica stand out as two of the finest examples of architecture in the area. If you are still hunting for more historical treats, then the ruins of the medieval city walls on Kecskeméti Utca are a must-visit while the Soviet War Memorial is also worthy of attention
and relevant to Hungary’s more recent history. If shopping is on your itinerary, then be prepared: the market squares in this area are an absolute delight, particularly during the Christmas period, but even throughout the year you’ll find the latest trends in the shops on Vaci Utca.
The Vigelandsparken Sculpture Park by night?? (4 Replies)
Hi there, I wanted to ask is it worth seeing the Vigelandsparken Sculpture Park by night? Coz I'll arrive in Oslo at around 7pm and depart at 11pm, so I'll have around 3-4 hours in the city and I don't know if it's worth going there or should I just stick to the Oslo Opera House and maybe the city hall and Stortinget - The Parliament? Thanks for the tips!!
September 10, 2014|
Response fromIver H|
What time of the year? In September there will still be daylight until 2100 or 2030, you will have time to see the park in daylight if you put it first on your itinerary.
House of Parliament (22 Replies)
The website for the House of Parliament shows NO tour dates (self guided or guided) for the month of June. My son and I will be there for only 2 days in June, so am I to understand that it is NOT possible to visit this historical gem while we are there? Thank you in advance.
March 06, 2014|
Edit. Availability may be confirmed later. Perhaps recheck in a month or so.
1 day in Athens, pls help! (7 Replies)
My friends and I (all ladies) will in Athens and Santorini next week. We'll be in Athens on our last day so we've just got 1 day to tour Athens. Our flight will depart at around 7pm. We want to visit all of the below sites if possible: • Acropolis • Agora • Hadrian’s library • New Acropolis Museum • Temple of Olympian Zeus • Hadrian’s Arc • The Parliament Can we cover all of the above sites in just 1 day? What means of transportation do we have to use? Or can we visit these...More
September 02, 2010|
When you say one day, you're counting from when to when?