Budapest is the capital and largest city of Hungary, located in the northern part of the country on the Danube, the second longest river in Europe. Budapest has existed as such since 1873, when three towns were connected: Buda and Óbuda with Pest, which lay on opposite sides of the Danube. The characteristic location on both sides of a mighty river has earned the agglomeration one of the most beautiful agglomerations in Europe.

Several majestic bridges connect Budapest – the attractions they represent stand out on a continental scale. This town is one of the most important metropolises in Central Europe. The population number puts the Hungarian capital city in 8th place among all European capitals. Sanowi is a scientific, cultural, tourist and spa center – there are as many as 123 mineral springs here. The tourist region that surrounds the city is the picturesque Danube Bend. Geographically, the city is located at the junction of the Transdanubian Highlands, the North Hungarian Highlands and the Great Hungarian Plain.