Tourist tips for your conference visit to Budapest
The Hungarian capital Budapest is situated along the Danube River and in the heart of the Carpathian Basin. Located along the Danube’s right side lies the hilly Buda, which covers one-third of the city’s area. János Hill, with its 529 metres, is the highest summit of Buda. Across the river, on the left side of the Danube lays the flat Pest. Geology has played a determining role in the capital’s culture and city life. Hot springs breaking through limestone mountains supplying water of 35-76 degrees centigrade gave rise to a flourishing culture of spas and has made Budapest one of the most popular spa cities in Europe. Budapest is not just one of the most distinguished and alluring European capitals. It is also a city that lives and breathes football through its different footballing entities and its glorious footballing history, such as the “Mighty Magyars” in the 1950’s. Below are some of the most popular tourist attractions the city has to offer.