The Parliament building is a prominent architectural monument of the later period. Built in 1902, the building represents a unique combination of neo-Renaissance and Gothic styles. Near the building are installed 90 statues of prominent figures of the country. The interior of the building is also quite interesting - 700 rooms, 29 long staircases and luxurious design of rooms - you will need more than one day in order to inspect this building.
Nature lovers should definitely take a walk in Városliget Park. On its territory you will find a zoo, a botanical garden, and Museum of Fine Arts. Lots of interesting monuments can be seen on Heroes' Square, the main decoration of which is the statue of Archangel Gabriel. The square was founded in 1896. Besides the statues of famous Hungarian leaders here is located Museum of Fine Arts, which exhibits a rich collection of paintings belonging to 17 - 19 centuries.
Among the religious monuments of the city we should definitely distinguish Matthias Church, which is located next to Buda castle. This church was built in 1247. Every weekend the church becomes the venue of concerts, where guests can enjoy music and make a walk through a beautiful park.