Budapest, as the complimentary commonplace holds, is "the Queen of the Danube".
The favorite lookout points can be approached through winding, romantic stairs. So are, from among those to be seen here, the Fishermen's Bastion, the spire of the Matthias Church, and the St. Gellert Hill, wreathed by the Citadel and crowned by the Statue of Liberty.
The Danube separates the two parts of the city, Buda and Pest, from each other. With the elegant promenades, hotels and rows of palaces along its two banks, it is the real main thoroughfare of Budapest
Budapest is already an elderly lady, slowly getting on in years. Her houses recall a more and more romantic past, and have incredible stories to tell. Looking back from the vantage point of passing time, the stone carvings of the ancient Matthias Church and those of the more recent Fishermen's Bastion merge into one.
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