Budapest lies at the centre of the Carpathian Basin, on an ancient route that links the Great Plain with the hills of Transdanubia. It is 545 km south of Warsaw, 1,122 km north of Athens, 788 km north-east of Milan, and 443 km south-east of Prague. Budapest has two sides, Buda and Pest, which stretch along the banks of the River Danube, demonstrating the two different characters of the city. The suburban Buda area with its historic castle district offers medieval roads and houses, caves, museums and some Roman ruins. The lively Pest side houses riverside promenades, bookstores, flea markets, antique stores, the largest parliament building in Europe and café houses.
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