If you climb up the hills on the Buda side of Budapest, Hungary – maybe close to the Fisherman’s Bastion – you can walk for hours having wonderful views on the city. Following the trail to the south you’ll reach the palace (Budavári palota); the biggest building in Hungary. It dates back to the 13. century and king Béla IV.
You can visit wonderful fountains and be astonished by the architecture of the building. But if you want to look inside and combine your visit with some art the Hungarian National Gallery (Magyar Nemzeti Galéria) is a good choice. It covers three wings of the palace and exhibits the most important Hungarian painters.
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