Budapest World Heritage Sites

Budapest is a scenic destination brimming with historical treasures. Many of the city’s attractions are recognized as World Heritage Sites. Castle Hill, the Royal Palace, Matthias Church and Fishermen’s Bastion were added to the list in 1987. The Banks of the Danube from Gellért Hill to Aquincum, together with Chain Bridge and the Parliament, was also acknowledged as a World Heritage Site in the same year. Andrássy Avenue, Heroes’ Square and the Millennium Underground were included by UNESCO in 2002. Be sure to add a World Heritage Site to your Budapest sightseeing.

Buda Castle Hill

Buda Castle Hill

The Castle District in Budapest is filled with history

 

Chain Bridge

Chain Bridge

Chain Bridge was the first bridge to connect Buda and Pest

 

Budapest Parliament

Budapest Parliament

The Parliament of Hungary is the world's third largest Parliament building

 

Matthias Church

Matthias Church

The famous Matthias Church is over 700 years old

 

Royal Palace

Royal Palace

The Royal Palace is visible from everywhere in Budapest

 

Fishermen’s Bastion

Fishermen’s Bastion

Fishermen's Bastion is a favorite lookout

 

Heroes’ Square

Heroes’ Square

Heroes' Square is the largest square in Budapest

 

Gellért Hill

Gellért Hill

Gellért Hill offers some of the best panoramic views of Budapest

 

Andrássy Avenue

Andrássy Avenue

Andrássy Avenue connects the city center with City Park

 

Millennium Underground

Millennium Underground

The Millennium Underground was the first subway line in continental Europe

 

Roman City of Aquincum

Roman City of Aquincum

When Hungary was part of the Roman Empire its capital was Aquincum