Anyone hoping to catch a glimpse of artistic and architectural masterpieces while in Budapest is in luck. The city is home to a number of epic buildings and works of art that cannot be found anywhere else! Check out these ten masterpieces you can only see in the Hungarian capital.
The second largest synagogue in the world, this impressive building in Budapest’s Jewish District gains a place on this list for its intricately decorated exterior, stunning interior, and the sheer scale of the building. It functions as both a place of worship and home to the Hungarian Jewish Museum and was constructed in the Moorish Style in 1859, by Viennese architect Ludwig Förster.