Printable Vector Map of Budapest Hungary detailed City Plan scale 100 m 1:3175 full editable Adobe Illustrator Street Map in layers, scalable, text format all names, 54 MB ZIP
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Budapest is the capital of Hungary, it is the main political, cultural, commercial, industrial and transport center. The city consists of three historically formed parts – Pest, Buda, and Obuda, in January 1872 United in one city.
The history of numerous wars and invasions, constant destruction and perestroika created Budapest today, with a mixture of styles born in those periods when the proud and cheerful nation lovingly restored its city, a city of charm and character, both European and exclusively Hungarian. The collection of palaces, churches, and monuments of Budapest has been declared a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.
Budapest owes its charm to its picturesque surroundings, beautiful nature and magnificent architecture. Here the historical monuments of the ancient Roman province coexist with preserved medieval fragments of Baroque houses, churches of the XVIII century – with buildings in the Art Nouveau style, and palaces in the classical style – with modern hotels.
The three-nave Church of the Virgin Mary (known as Matyas Church) became the place of coronation and marriage of Hungarian kings. The neo-Gothic, richly carved Church is one of the most characteristic elements of the panorama of the city.
On the square in front of the Church of Matyash is a Monument to St. Trinity, established in 1713 by the inhabitants of Buda in gratitude for ending the plague. Behind the monument is a town hall built in the early XVIII century.
Section of the fortified wall that protects the Matthias Church from the river Danube, traditionally protected by the fishermen shop. At this place in 1901 was built in the neo-Romanesque style Fishing Bastion, which offers a wonderful view of the Danube and Pest.
Most of the residential buildings in the city center were built in the XVIII century. These are beautiful buildings in the Baroque style, decorative facades of which are decorated with sculptures, frescoes, wrought iron bars.
The former Royal Palace owes its present appearance to the research and excavations carried out after the Second world war, as well as the concept of creating an integrated cultural center in it. In front of the Royal Palace, you can see the remains of fortifications of the middle ages and the times of Turkish rule.
From the Gellért hill or from the Lanchid bridge offers a unique panoramic view. On the right side of the river rises hilly Buda, which seems to crown the medieval fortress and the majestic Royal Palace. Like a precious green stone on the silver ribbon of the Danube river lies the island of Margit. On the other side of the river is Pest, which is the center of political, economic, financial and business life. Buildings built in the last century, perfectly combined with modern buildings of our days. On the banks of the river, flowing in the city center, stretches the elegant hotel Dunakorzo, leading to the majestic Parliament building.
Budapest has dozens of different museums all year round – historical, ethnographic, art, art galleries and exhibition halls, and there is even a Bible Museum. The collections of Budapest museums are world-famous.
Budapest is the only major capital city in the world with more than 80 thermal springs and wells. Of these, 70 million liters of water come to the surface every day. The number of the capital’s baths, which are supplied with water from natural healing springs or artificial thermal wells, reaches fifty. Among them there are preserved in pristine condition Turkish baths, beaches with outdoor pools, elegant pearl pools, however, on the basis of these therapeutic waters were built and clinics, and meet the highest demands of balneological hotels.
Some of the healing waters are used for drinking in the treatment of diseases such as disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, or kidney disease and metabolic disorders.
Budapest offers its guests a rich cultural program: 200 museums and exhibition galleries, 40 theaters, the National Opera and 7 concert halls await visitors at any time of the year. In March, the “Spring festival” is held, intended primarily for music lovers, in addition, numerous Opera and ballet performances, folk performances, and exhibitions. In June, along with the “Music Festival”, numerous events “bridge Festival” and “Danube water carnival” are held. In July – the Festival “Island”, designed for young people. The Opera and Ballet Festival is held in July and August, and the Jewish summer festival in August. September – the month of “Budapest international wine and champagne festival”, then, in October, for lovers of contemporary arts held “Autumn festival”. And in the last month of the year, you can enjoy plenty of bustle of the Christmas market.
The most popular tourist sites of Budapest is the Margaret island, city Park, Városliget-city Park, pedestrian street Vaci, the source of which is the famous old pastry shop Garbo. Here, on a stretch of several hundred meters, you can find luxury hotels and restaurants, cafes, and shops. Váci street and the area around it during the day — shopping center, and at night — entertainment center. Two Opera houses and about 30 other theaters, various entertainment venues, casinos, restaurants and night bars with music are waiting for those who are not too tired of exploring the city.
The Hungarian capital offers gourmet rich gastronomic adventures in restaurants and restaurants: aromatic and spicy goulash soup, chicken paprikash, pancakes with meat Hortobagy, the famous Hungarian wines.