Budapest’s fascinatingly beautiful harmony is primarily due to its geographical location. In geographical descriptions, the Danube – Duna – should primarily mentioned, which crosses through the city from the north-to-south direction, separating the plain Pest from the hilly area of Buda.
The atmosphere of Buda is primarily determined by the Buda Hills.
Caste Hill has steep sides and flat top on which Buda Castle, the Matthias Church, and the Fishermen’s Bastion tower over the Danube is located.
Perhaps the most picturesque hill of the city is Gellért Hill, with its water fall, the St. Gellért statue and the Citadel, next to which the Liberation Monument attracts attention.
The spectacle is unforgettable, but very few places rival Budapest at night, when it is fully illuminated.