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Reviewed today

Incredible building with a wealth of history. Very interesting tour. If you wish to visit, make sure you book online as very limited amount of tickets on the door.

Thank tsruhelpats
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Reviewed today via mobile

We visited the parliament on a recent visit and weren’t disappointed. The cost is reasonable and the tour very informative. They state that it is the 10 best attraction worldwide on trip advisor which was really surprising, it is good but not that good. The tour last around an hour and you have a guide in the language of your choice. The building is beautifully designed and very opulent and i would recommend to all visitors to the city.

Thank Hugh23of
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Reviewed today

Amazing building outside and inside. We suggest the guide that explains all the history behind that place. The gold and the rugs all over the place made me love it. Don't miss it!

Thank Mark L
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Reviewed today

We went in as it was raining outside but there were so many people queuing and the queues seemed really slow that we decided not to stay.

Thank Anne N
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Reviewed today via mobile

Very beautiful inside (and ofcourse outside). Better book in advance because you cannot visit without guide.

Thank rukkund
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Reviewed yesterday

Hungarian Parliament is a beautiful building located at Kossuth Lajos 1-3. You can walk around it outside. Best pictures are taken from the opposite bank of the Danube on the Buda side or from a boat trip.

Thank hulagirlSurrey
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We enjoy this place and we have been to many places for years and we have been here many times I like were there and again

Thank 249darinn
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very beautiful building . Didnt see much inside .it is best to click it from across the danube . For short visits not recommended to go inside .

Thank sumeshkhanna
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Reviewed yesterday

I only walked around this building, however its very impressive and added to the other magnificent buildings on the Buda and Pesh sides you will be very impressed by them all. This especially at night when it is lit up is very nice.

Thank RogerLowestoft
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My wife and I were about 3/4 back in the line. After getting through x ray and security we received our headsets and already the lady leading the tour was starting without checking if everyone was ready. My wife had a broken ankle 10 yrs ago and can’t climb stairs as fast as the guide was going. At 73 years old going up the 100 or so stairs as fast as the guide was impossible. The guide was at the top and we were only up about 30 steps and way behind our group, my wife decided to quit the tour. Luckily one of the guards came to her and led her to the elevator tp reach the level floor. We were never told an elevator was available. The headsets had a crackling sound and the lady guide spoke so low it was hard to figure out what she said. Rooms and hallways were pretty but the crown jewels guarded by 2 Hungarian soldiers with sabres drawn looked to me like a old rusty helmet. Not impressed at all.

Thank RogerB2506
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