On the bank of the Danube stands one of the world's most
beautiful parliament buildings, an imposing sight and a prominent
feature of the city's panorama. With its red dome, white stone lace
ornamentation and spires, it is the city's most decorative
structure. Stone lions flank the entrance guarding a rich interior
of marble and gold, statues and columns, and magnificent artefacts,
including the 1,000-year-old crown of the first Hungarian King, all
of which can be viewed on a guided tour. The grand edifice,
stretching for 820 ft (250m) along the embankment, is one of the
biggest national assemblies in the world.
Address: District V, Kossuth Lajos t?İr 1-3
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (for bookings)
Telephone: +36 (0)1 441 49
Transportation: Metro 2 to Kossuth t?İr; bus 15; trolley bus 70 or 78;
Opening Time: Monday and Tuesdays 8.00am - 4.30pm; Fridays 8.00am -
2.00pm (closed on national holidays). English tours are available
at 10am, 12pm and 2pm.
Admission: HUF 3,200 (adults), HUF 1,600 (students). Tickets sold
at the gate a quarter of an hour before next tour.