The town of Budapest was created in 1873 with the joining of Buda, Pest and Old Buda (Óbuda). Because the biggest city within the Republic of Hungary, Budapest may be the country’s political, cultural and commercial center.
The gorgeous Danube River both divides and connects peaceful, hilly Buda in the western world and also the flatter, lively Pest within the east. Óbuda, the earliest a part of Budapest, can also be around the west side from the Danube and it is extra time of Buda towards the north. Seven bridges and 2 railway bridges join Buda and Pest, and 6 islands around the Danube are situated within city limits.