a bright city with castles and museums
As a Budapest Photographer, I can always say how mesmerized I am with the cities castles, museums and antiquities. The landlocked city is studded with architectural landmarks and bridges.Hungary has an eclectic mix of art works. Ranging from Medieval art, also with Baroque fine paintings and facades and Gothic influences too. You can see a vivid collection of sculptures, paintings and buildings with influences from the age of Classicism, and Art Noveau and contemporary architecture. A collection of museums include the Acquincum museum, Museum of applied arts and the Hungarian National Gallery among many others. The biggest building is the Parliament building and one other noteworthy structure is one of the largest basilicas in Europe the Esztergom Basilica. Hungary is also home to the largest synagogue in Europe built in 1859. The most renowned building is the Royal Palace which sits on top of Buda Hill, surrounded with famous medieval , baroque and neoclassical houses, churches and squares know as the Castle District. The castle has been declared a World Heritage Site, including the Fisherman’s Bastion, which is the most ideal spot in budapest for surprise marriage proposals, that is if you are a true romanticists and planning an upcoming secret engagement. In that case don’t forget to book me as your couple photographer to seal the deal and crystalise your every minute.