The Danube Promenade (Hungarian: Dunakorzó) is located on the Pest side of Budapest, Hungary. On the bank of the Danube, this promenade extends from the Széchenyi Chain Bridge to the Erzsébet Bridge.
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Beautiful and serene walkway along the Danube. Great place for long walks.... buildings with aesthetic exteriors on both sides of the river and scenic views of the bridge and the historical monuments.
Seriously breathtaking. I’ve been here every day I’ve been in Budapest (not that long, but I still make the 20min walk to it). It doesn’t fail to impress anyone! There’s so much to see on he walk along the water, including the Chain Bridge, Parliament building (across the water), the trams, and the Little Princess Statue. Just a really enjoyable public area!
Great view of the Buda - the promenade itself is quite small and only has a handful of shops (hence the four star rating). Worth a stop whilst in town
Fantastic view great area to walk around. You can even stop for a bite, a drink or to shop along the way.
Great views along the Danube and across the river to landmarks on the other side of the river. The path runs right beside the river on the Buda side but just away from the edge on the Pest side.
Amazing spot for a romantic stroll. Amazing view of the Buda hills, Gellért mountain, Citadelle, Buda Castle, Széchényi Chain Bridge and Erzsébet bridges. Probably the most expensive and touristy restaurants and cafes in the city. It is worth taking the tram 2 along this route, it is one of the nicest ways to enjoy the scenic route the Danube has to offer!
Really nice memorial by the Danube River. I encourage you to look into the story behind it to fully enjoy it and take a moment in honor of those people who once stood there.
It is very nice area to sightseeing and having an amazing landscape of the Castle District. The statues and the surroundings are special to have a good walk and distressing activities. Recommended!
You can take a lovely walk while enjoying the super view of the city and the bridges. And if you get a bit tired, you will find a lot of cafes to sit in for a good coffee. The buildings are amazing, there are a few street bronze statues to pose with in a picture. However, you have to put up with the noise of the bustling city.
Something every visitor must do is take a long walk along the river. It is filled with things to see and it is a great way to view both sides of the river.
An awesome route to walk down by the Danube river. It's a very relaxing and beautiful thing to do on a warm afternoon. The place is very historic so do your research!
Most overated promenade ever. You can stroll all you want, but you won't find anything fun.
A lovely and free way to spend some of the evening. Great views, especially when it's getting dark and bridges/buildings are lit up.
If your are in Budapest, you must see the Danube. There are a lot of shops, markets and tourist attractions around here as well as boat trips and boat tours. It is nice to just sit on a bench in the shade and watch the water for a while on a hot summer's day and it is just a short walk from the city centre.