Budapest makes a remarkable destination for tourists who love culture and art. Most visitors admire the extensive Andrassy Avenue and Heroes Square, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As a matter of fact, the historical Andrassy Avenue connects Elizabeth Square with Heroes Square, ending at the City Park, one of Budapest’s most popular green spaces. Established in 1872, it houses a host of remarkably Eclectic Neo-Renaissance mansions and palaces in Budapest, all of which were designed by renowned architects. Moreover, the Millennium Underground was the first metro line in continental Europe and the second one in the world, completed for Hungary`s Millennial jubilee in 1896.
Tours to Andrassy Avenue and Heroes Square are avaliable from Budapest.