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Andrassy ut, Budapest 1061 Hungary
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Deák Ferenc térBudapest Metro4 min
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Budapest Danube River Evening Sightseeing Cruise by Legenda City Cruises
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Budapest Danube River Evening Sightseeing Cruise by Legenda City Cruises

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Take in the illuminated highlights of Budapest during an evening cruise on the Danube River, which gives you some of the best opportunities to snap photos of the city's top landmarks lit up. Float past the UNESCO World Heritage–listed riverbanks in a glass-enclosed boat, toasting the sights with an included beverage (alcoholic or nonalcoholic). Highlights include the Chain Bridge, the Buda Castle District, the Hungarian Parliament, and others, which are all put into context with onboard film and audio guides available in multiple languages.
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OZS_ATW wrote a review May 2020
Budapest, Hungary1,581 contributions380 helpful votes
Take a walk from Erzsebet Square to the Heroes Square and enjoy the buildings of Andrassy Avenue, a piece of Hungarian history. A must!
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Date of experience: May 2020
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MarriedAnd-Over-50 wrote a review Apr 2020
Mission, Canada1,219 contributions73 helpful votes
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This avenue became a world heritage site in 2002 because its many historical buildings which were mainly mansions. It is very wide, ample and connects the City Park -Varosliget- and Elizabeth Square - Erzsébet Tere-, so it is a very good distance from these two sites. It is a four lane avenue, with a place on each side for pedestrians and an extra lane on each side next to the buildings used for parking mainly. It is lovely to walk or ride by bus. Something that it is a bit of an inconvenient beauty are the trees. It is great to have trees and by the way Hungary in general is a country that obviously planted many urban trees about 80-100 years ago and they are very large...so they cover many buildings and as a tourist you get to see the trees and many times not the buildings, or just partially. I guess in a way that gives privacy to the people who work in those buildings. The majority of those former mansions are no longer residences but businesses. I am not suggesting that the trees should be cut, heavens no! But it is a fact that many times when in front of facades, you just can't appreciate the architectural beauty...and that is when sometimes if you walk you may see the buildings better, and not always you can...and then the chance for a great photo is gone
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Date of experience: August 2019
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JnVSydney wrote a review Apr 2020
Sydney9,609 contributions1,279 helpful votes
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A wonderful stretch of avenue from Varsosliget, (city park) to Erzsébet Square (a huge square home to the Budapest Eye), over 2k’s long, nice to walk along, (plenty of pavement), taking in all the nice architecture of the buildings and the many statues/monuments to admire along the way.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Whittlesford wrote a review Mar 2020
Haselbury Plucknett, United Kingdom467 contributions132 helpful votes
While it doesn't have an Arc de Triomphe, Andrássy Avenue is a more homogeneous Champs-Elysées - and much longer. No wonder UNESCO adopted it. Just enjoy the architecture and forget about shopping and eating; you can do that anywhere. See Carol A S's Tripadvisor description.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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laczkozsu wrote a review Feb 2020
Debrecen, Hungary482 contributions37 helpful votes
This is one the most famous street in Budapest. It's a part of Unesco World Heritage together with Heroes' Square and Millennium underground railway. It was started to build 1871. This wide Avenue connects the city and the "Városliget". We just walked along it and saw lots of nice old buildings. It's 2310ms long.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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