Budapest is the capital of Hungary, its main political, cultural, commercial, industrial and transport center. The city consists of three historically formed parts – Pest, Buda and Obuda, in January 1872 united into one city.
The history of numerous wars and invasions, the constant destruction and perestroika created Budapest today, with a mixture of styles born in those periods when a proud and cheerful nation with love restored its city, a city of charm and character, both European and exclusively Hungarian. The collection of palaces, churches and monuments of Budapest is declared by UNESCO a World Cultural Heritage. Continue reading
It’s not for nothing that many people call Vienna the grand drawing room of Europe – with such riches it’s not a shame to receive the highest guests. Moreover, it is difficult to find a place where palaces, parks and cathedrals of the past would so easily and naturally coexist with the laconic and assertive products of our time. And all this in the thick, tart atmosphere of inspiration and daydreaming that Beethoven, Mozart, Strauss, Haydn and other creators presented to the city. Against the backdrop of such greatness, not knowing where to stay in Vienna seems even indecent – the city, which received the geniuses of art, always has something to offer the traveler who seeks shelter. Continue reading