The Hungarian Parliament Building - one of the most iconic landmarks in Budapest
It is currently the largest building in Hungary and the second largest Parliament in Europe. The vast interior comprises large halls, over 12 miles of corridors, a 96-meter high central dome, and 691 rooms, including more than 200 offices. Besides the impressive architecture, visitors can see the Holy Crown of Hungary in the center hall. The medieval relic crown is one of the most important symbols of Hungarian statehood, dating back more than 1,000 years.
Matthias Church - Budapest
The church is at the heart of Buda's Castle District, popularly named after King Matthias. The church was the scene of several Royal coronations, including Charles IV (the last Habsburg king) and weddings. The religious highlight of the interior is the Loreto Chapel, with a statue of the Virgin Mary and Christ made in 1515.
Devin castle - ruins above the confluence of the Danube and Morava river
Devin Castle is a part of the oldest history of Slovakia, dating from the Neolithic to Napoleon I. The ruins tower on a massive rocky hill, creating an impressive landmark.
Bratislava old town - characterized by many Baroque palaces and sacral buildings
Town Hall originates from the 14th - 15th century. The historic center includes many Baroque palaces, notable cathedrals, and churches - the Gothic St. Martin's Cathedral, the Franciscan Church, and the Blue Church.
St Martin's Cathedral - Bratislava
The largest and one of the oldest churches in Bratislava is known for being the coronation church of the former Kingdom of Hungary between 1563 and 1830.
St Martin's 85 m spires dominate the Old Town skyline.
Trencin Castle - Royal residence from the 11th century
The castle area consists of a set of palaces and a tower. Legendary castle well is another point of interest because of a legend about Omar and Fatima and their great love.
Krakow historic town - UNESCO World Heritage
One of the largest market squares in Europe in the center of a medieval old town is full of architectural and historical monuments. Not far from it is the former Jewish district of Kazimierz.
Wawel Castle Complex - UNESCO World Heritage
Wawel Complex is one of Krakow's most brilliant sights and a unique Polish landmark. This enclosed fortification, which includes palaces and a cathedral, is situated on Wawel hill. Wawel Cathedral was the place of royal coronations and also is a burial site for Polish kings.
St Catherine's Church
Finest Gothic church in Krakow. The construction of the church started in the middle of the 14th century. The church has felt victim to several disasters, like a flood and a fire in the middle of the 16th century. It later suffered during an earthquake.