Eight natural and cultural assets in Hungary are now included on the list; in the capital, the view of the Banks of the Danube with the Buda Castle District and Andrássy Avenue are World Heritage Sites.
Head to Budapest, your destination: World Heritage Sites
The Hungarian capital is becoming increasingly popular with tourists. What's more, Budapest has become such a trendy tourist destination that in 2019, it won the prestigious European Best Destination award. That is no coincidence, since the city promises many a wonderful sight: all you have to do is step out into the street, and wherever you look you’ll see a fabulous view on both the Buda and Pest sides of the river.
The first Budapest sight to be included on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1987 was the view of the Banks of the Danube and the Buda Castle District. This was joined in 2002 by Andrássy Avenue and its historic surroundings.