3 Most Romantic Spots in Budapest
The bastion has seven towers, one for each of the seven Hungarian tribes that have formed the basis of the Hungarian state. The lookout tower is a cozy shelter during both the sunny and the rainy days. Another cool thing is that you can access it any time, as it’s an open structure with no opening and closing hours.
Inside the bastion you can admire an equestrian statue of King Stephen I of Hungary, built in 1906. On its pedestal there are several bas-reliefs with scenes from the King’s life.
After this delightful journey, I think we all agree that Budapest’s landscapes look and feel like they were created for those who are in love; for those who seek inspiration, peace and beauty; for painters, for photographers, for writers.
These are the places where you are allowed to forget about the responsibilities, about the daily chores and enjoy your loved one. Lie back and start daydreaming – you’ll be able to feel, at least for a few hours, that the whole universe revolves around the two of you! What’s more romantic than that?