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Get a good glimpse of this ornate gothic building. Full review →
The most visible symbol of Budapest's left bank is the huge neo-Gothic Parliament, mirrored in the Danube much the way Britain's Parliament is reflected in the Thames. Full review →
Budapest's great Parliament, the second largest in Europe after London, is an eclectic design mixing the predominant Gothic revival style with a neo-Renaissance dome. Full review →
“The motherland does not have a house,” lamented Hungarian poet Milhaly Corosmarty in 1846 Full review →Seeing Parliament during construction on one of the building’s corners is not bad timing, but rather unavoidable as renovation is infinite.
The Eclectic-style Parliament, designed by Imre Steindl and completed in 1902, has about 690 sumptuously decorated rooms. Full review →To avoid disappointment, book ahead (in person).
Along the sumptuous staircase of honour, you will reach the immense hall of the dome, the house of deputies... and the Meeting Hall, where gold inlay abounds. Full review →Especially admire the crown jewels.