Sights of Budapest
Buda side - Gellert-hill, Buda castle: Royal Palace, Castle district, The Holy Trinity Square, Fishermen's Bastion, Matthias Church, Maria Magdalene Tower, Cave System
Between Buda and Pest - The most beautiful bridges of Budapest, Margitsziget (Margaret island)
Pest side- Downtown, St. Stephen Basilica, Parliament House, Large Market Hall, Synagogue, Hungarian National Museum, Hungarian State Opera House, Pest Broadway, Academy of Music, Heroes' Square, Municipal Zoological and Botanical Garden, Amusement Park, Castle of Vajdahunyad, Western Railway Station
The hill offers one of the best views on the city for travellers. The name comes from Bishop Gellert, who played a huge role in spreading the Christianity in Hungary. On the top of the hill, you can find the Citadel, a fortress that was built to keep always an eye on the city. From the terraces of the building, there is a marvellous panorama to the city, with the help of the telescopes you can focus on the most important attractions. The Liberty Statue cherishes the memory of the liberation from the Nazi rule. 3 important thermal baths operate under the Gellert-hill: Rác Bath, Rudas Bath, Gellert Bath.