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Budapest - a pearl of Eastern Europe.

the Pearl of Danube and all Eastern Europe, the most beautiful city of the world Budapest located at the same time on two coast and decorating coasts of the great river with matchless historical buildings, bridges and boulevards Nearly one and a half centuries ago the city of Pesht located on east coast of Danube was united by

with the cities of Buda and Obuda from West side of the river, but also today these parts of Budapest continue to contrast among themselves.

Today`s Budapest looks very European city, but, nevertheless, stylishly and individually, with strong Hungarian color. The city is in many respects obliged by the charm to the picturesque nature of Hungary and own magnificent architecture. It at first sight fascinates by the romantic atmosphere and mixture of architectural styles. Of course, modern Budapest very strongly underwent changes, the most part of city buildings and prospectuses was built already during its blossoming as the capital. But historical monuments of ancient Roman culture peacefully adjoin to perfectly remained houses built once in Baroque style, church of the 18th century - with constructions in modernist style, and palaces in style of classicism - with constructions of our days.

But Budapest is famous not only the beauty, a charm and appeal to the tourists who are flown to it from around the world, it also the city, very comfortable for life. Higher is added to the favorable climate convenient to an arrangement in the center of Europe and external appeal, than in many other European capitals, a standard of living and its lower cost, the advanced and continuing to develop actively infrastructure. Real estate prices including elite, in Budapest approximately is one quarter lower, than in such capitals as Prague or Warsaw, and by 5 - 6 times, than, say, in Paris or London.

The last years in Hungary thanks to prompt development of the market and the international investments there is powerful economic growth, and more than 40% of the national income fall to the share of the capital. It is predicted that during this period the market of real estate of Budapest also expects rapid growth as the purchasing activity which a little decreased during crisis is almost completely restored, and the idea of acquisition of real estate in Hungary (and it is concrete, in Budapest) always was attractive to foreign investors.