A lovely promenade by the shores of the Danube, the Danube Promenade is set between the Szechenyi Chain Bridge and the Elizabeth Bridge (Erzsebet hid) on the Pest side. Historically significant and pleasant for strolls, this walkway offers stunning views across the Danube. Leisure strolling on the beautiful Danube Promenade has been a tradition for locals and tourists alike since the 19th Century. This promenade once served popular hotels like the Ritz, the Hungaria, and the Carlton on its scene; and at present hosts a line of five-star luxury hotels, restaurants, bars, casinos and cafes. Bordering the promenade and overlooking the Danube are the mesmerizing views of the Buda Castle, Vigado Concert Hall, Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Gellert Hill. Along with this, the line of sculptures – which include William Shakespeare, Istvan Szechenyi, Jozsef baron Eotvos de Vasarosnameny, the Little Princess (Kiskiralylany), and Sándor Petofi on the walkway are another treat.