We boarded our mini bus and returned back to Budapest. We covered exploring some other parts of the city in the evening. We decided to do an interesting for of the city using a Segway. This seemed like a cool new way to explore the city and enjoy the Segway ride too. We rented the Segway near the St. Stephen Basillica square.
St. Stephen Basillica: one of the most important religious building of Hungary. We were asked to cover our knees and shoulders before entering the Basillica. We went up to the dome and could see beautiful views of the city. Classical music concerts was going on inside the Basilica, and someone told us that sometime these concerts Hagen in the the square outside.
Segway tour of the city: We were a large group of youngsters who started the Segway tour with a local guide who was on Segway too. We covered major views of the city like the parliament House, hero's square, Danube promenade, parliament building.
Hungarian Parliament Building is one of the most iconic and largest building in Budapest. It was built in the Gothic Revival style and is home to hundreds of parliamentary offices. The building looks fantastic in the day as well as in the night when it is lit up from every angle. However, the beauty and rich majestic look and location of this building can be seen when it is viewed from the other side of River Danube on a cruise.