St. Stephen's Basilica
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St. Stephen's Basilica is the largest church inBudapest. It was built in Neo-classicist style and has a capacity of up to 8,500 people. Its most noted relic is the mummified right hand of Stephen I, Hungary's first king who among others converted Hungarians to Christianity. The adjacent square is…
The interior of the Basilica is less exciting as compared to Mátyás Church on castle district. But the neighbourhood is nice. You can take a walk along Nádor Utca or October 6 towards Liberty Square and then to the Parliament. Lots of nice cafe around too.
Don’t hesitate to climb up the stairs, you will definitely have a wonderful experience and a great view over the surrounding area.
St. Stephen’s Basilica, the largest church in Budapest, is dedicated to Hungary’s first king, St. Stephen. It houses Hungary’s most sacred treasure, St. Stephen’s mummified right hand, the Szent Jobb (Holy Right Hand), Go up the cupola and take in the view of whole Budapest from above! Several…
Another landmark building, the famous St. Stephen Basilica. English language masses available.
Very good panorama from the top of the Basilika. You have to buy ticket inside of the church. Concerts september: 14, 19, 21, 26, 28 (8.00pm)
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