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The city was divided into two after World War I, making it partly Slovakian and partly Hungarian on the two sides of the Danube.
© Zsolt Andrasi (Flickr)With its 161 meter high steeple, the Ulm minster ist the biggest evangelic church in Germany and the tallest church in the world.
The neo-Gothic Parliament, Saint Stephen's Basilica, Buda Castle or Andrássy Avenue make the city a true jewel.
© Moyan Brenn The friendly capital of Slovakia has always been at the crossroad of languages and cultures.
Highlights include the Rudas, Király and Széchenyi Baths in Budapest - don't miss out relaxing in them after a tiring day of cycling!
The fair counts more than one million visitors per year and takes place in August.
The capital of Serbia is one of the oldest cities in Europe .
© Andreas Lehner (Flickr)Buda and Pest were two distinct cities on opposite banks of the Danube until they were joined in 1873.
Nowadays, Budapest, the capital city of Hungary deserves its nickname of “Pearl of the Danube”, the panorama of the inner cities river banks is a UNESCO World Heritage.