Holiday homes in Central Danube offer a lot of benefits that include the freedom to cook your favourite dish, stay with family and friends, as well as the opportunity to enjoy local attractions. That said, some of the best sights to check out once you have booked a Central Danube accommodation include:
The Széchenyi Chain Bridge
The Széchenyi Chain Bridge offers the perfect spot to take a souvenir picture. It is adorned by lions, and is the prettiest of the city's bridges. Going a little bit into its history, it was built in the eighteenth century following a proposal by Count István Széchenyi, a leading figure in the country and upon completion became the first ever permanent stone-bridge to connect Buda and Pest.
The Budapest Opera House
For opera music lovers, who have booked holiday homes in Central Danube the Budapest Opera House is a must visit. It features some wonderful acoustics, and is considered to be one of the best musical institutions in the continent. While there you can enjoy performances by Wagner, Verdi, Mozart, and Puccini.
The Royal Palace
Central Danube accommodation also enables you to check out the Royal Palace. Its original structure was built between the thirteenth and sixteenth centuries and was the largest Gothic palace in the late Middle Ages before it was destroyed by the Turks. A smaller Baroque palace identical to the original was built in its place in the 18th century and currently hosts the Hungarian National Gallery, the National Library, and the Budapest History Museum.
If you find yourself wanting to travel around Hungary more, holiday homes in Central Danube provide a perfect base for that. You will find the region of the Northern Great Plain nearby, where you can discover the Puszta and walk along the promenade next to Lake Tisza.