The city itself is incredibly beautiful- and the Hungarians focus on cleaning it, and rebuilding in historic styles. It is a very clean city, a very safe city, with charming people.
The hilly side of the city, Buda, contains the castle hill, palace, and thermal baths. The flatteday well spent. The flatterr side, Pest, has the Parliament and most of the museums and restaurants. The city is divided by the Danube. A boat ride, preferably at night, is a must! The lighting of the city is just excellent, and they have multiple, beautiful bridges. And a visit to a thermal bath is a day well spent. They have several, all with pools of different temperatures, swimming and relaxing pools, massage, and sun bathing. They are awesome! They also have a Turkish Hamam (Rudas). If you have never been to a Hamam, just do it! The sexes are separated on different days, though.
The castle hill at night (sorry for the poor quality photot)
Parliament at night.
Rich with the statue of King Steven on Castle Hill
Rich in one of the many arched doorways, with St. Mathews in the background
Interior of St. Mathews- this is church that is not to be missed!
Detail on the wall decorations!
Fishermans Bastion on the Castle Wall
King Steven with the Castle wall
Statues of Huns! Fierce!
The Chain Bridge