Address: Budapest, Kossuth Lajos tér 1-3, 1055 Hungary. 14 miles (23 km) northwest of Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport. Take the Subway (M2) to Kossuth tér, or Streetcar 2, which runs along the Pest riverfront and has a stop at Kossuth tér.
Admission: HUF 2200 for EU citizens, HUF 5800 for non-EU citizens (in 2018).
Website: It is best to book in advance, as the schedule depends on the language used in the tour. Visit https://www.jegymester.hu/eng/Production/480000/Parliament-visit.

Országház (Hungarian Parliament Building) is the seat of the National Assembly of Hungary. Completed in 1902, it is a notable landmark of Hungary. Currently, it is currently the largest building in Hungary and it is still the tallest building in Budapest. It is the third largest parliament building in the world. It has 691 rooms, 12.5 miles (20 km) of stairs, and at 315 feet (96 m) it is the same height as St Stephen’s Basilica.

A place that seems to exist only in fairy tales.

I loved my weekend here in Budapest. Yes, I would like to visit Paris again and again, as there is a lot of photographic material there. Budapest also has a series of views worthy of photography. But in Budapest everything is much cheaper than in Paris. Budapest is a charming city, full of character and personality that combines the old with the modern in its traditions and architecture.

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