The architecture is absolutely breathtaking in Europe.
I mean, just unbelievable.
P.S. There's no touching the grass. I was scolded by police officers for doing this.
This monument below is heartbreaking.
Shoes on the river Danube.
Back during WWII the Nazi's lined up all the Jews in Budapest along the river and had them take their shoe off as they opened fired and the bodies of men, women and children fell, lifeless, into the river.
This monument is in memory of all those people lost.
Walking along the river you get back to where we started, the marketplace.
Continue walking along the main street and you'll come to the Budapest Opera House, which is considered one of the best opera houses in the world.
Walk to the northern tip of the central district and you come to one of the bath houses and to Hero's Square.
One of the things I regret not doing is going to a bath house... but unfortunately reservations on the train were made and the next destination was waiting...