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Another original webcam Budapest, which allows you to see the European capital from a new angle. The webcam is mounted on the left bank of the city, in close proximity to the Danube River. Therefore, in the foreground we can see the marina for pleasure boats and river trams in Budapest – a popular and inexpensive mode of transport in the city. Usually, at this point the river flows quite slowly, especially in the winter season, so the river surface is very smooth, and it is well reflected the lights of the city at night. In the distance, on the right you can see the Széchenyi Chain Bridge, which was built in the mid 19th century and at that time was the largest bridge in the world. This is the oldest bridge in Budapest and in the past only the bridge connects the banks of the Danube and allowed the city residents to get from Buda to Pest or in the opposite direction.
However, the main architectural attraction, which we can see with the help of the online webcam Budapest is a majestic residence of Hungarian kings – Buda Castle (Budai Vár). Royal residence is located on the highest hill on the opposite of the banks of the river and it is one of the most visited tourist attractions. Especially because the entrance to the castle territory is free when you walk using the steps, the escalator and lift at the main entrance (on the waterfront). Also to the territory of the complex can be reached by funicular for the money (in front of the Széchenyi Bridge, next to the “zero kilometer” of Hungary). On the grounds of the castle, decorated with flower beds and fountains, stunning views of the Danube bridges and the building of the Hungarian Parliament. And in the central building with a green dome now houses the National Museum of Hungary.
Since the Buda Castle is situated on the west bank of the Danube River, the best time to view this webcam Budapest is the morning hours, when the rising sun brightly illuminates the walls and buildings of the palace. At the same time a little bit more to the right you can see the towers of Fishermen’s Bastion – another attractions of Budapest, where you can easily walk from the territory of Buda Castle (you need go around the current residence of the President of Hungary). Entrance to the Fisherman’s Bastion also is free, with the exception of small walls and towers, to which you can climb for money. But this is not necessary, since the tower is low and the view from the bottom is not worse. This webcam Budapest, overlooking the Buda Castle and Fisherman’s Bastion (broadcast provides Hungary-Live) operates online 24 hours a day and seven days a week, but sometimes in connection with a Web camera maintenance, video may not be available. Enjoy watching!