The Budapest Eye - Budapest, Hungary

Budapest is a city located on both sides of the Danube River, consisting of the old city of Buda and the new city of Pest. The architecture and decorations of the entire city reveal a classical and delicate beauty. At the same time, the buildings and landscapes in Budapest are brightly colored, embodying both the fashionable atmosphere of a European metropolis and the traditional charm unique to Hungary. Therefore, it is also known as the "Pearl of the Danube". Budapest not only attracts a large number of tourists to visit, but also has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.

Hungarian Parliament Building

The Parliament Building is a landmark located on the banks of the Danube River in Budapest, Hungary. It took 17 years to build and is a source of pride for the Hungarian people. The main floor is adorned with 40 kilograms of gold and features dome paintings by renowned Hungarian artists. Inside the building's dome hall, the Hungarian national treasure, the Holy Crown of St. Stephen, is housed. The assembly hall is the second largest in Europe and resembles a grand theater.

Majash Church

Matthias Church is located in the capital of Hungary, Budapest. It has a long history, dating back 700 years. The church is famous for being the coronation place of Queen Elisabeth. The architectural style of the church is based on Roman Catholicism, but after the Turkish invasion, some Islamic decorations were added. The interior of the church is decorated with exquisite murals, stained glass, and a magnificent dome. In addition, the church houses many precious relics and sculptures. Visitors can go up to the second and third floors to see the church hall and the royal life exhibition. Moreover, tourists can also climb the bell tower next to the church to enjoy the beautiful view of Budapest.

Secheny Chain Bridge

Széchenyi Chain Bridge spans the Danube River, connecting Buda and Pest. It is the oldest of the 9 bridges in Budapest and has become a symbol of the city. The best way to enjoy it is by walking, taking only 5 minutes to appreciate its historic steel structure and the distant Statue of Liberty. Another unique experience is taking a cruise through the bridge at night to enjoy the beautiful nighttime scenery.


The town of Saint Andrew is located on the banks of the Danube River, and has become a gathering place for artists due to its preservation of traditional European style. Strolling through the ancient winding alleys, you can see art galleries and handicraft displays, with some alleys decorated according to artistic themes. Here, you can buy unique souvenirs, including artists' creations, traditional Hungarian blue dyeing props, and various handmade ornaments.