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Aerial Tour of Budapest
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Hungary Budapest Aerial Tour


Contributor Raf Neo used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to create this stunning tour of the highlights of the Hungarian capital city of Budapest.  The video opens and closes with spectacular shots of the St. Stephens Basilica, Hungary's greatest cultural treasure.  It is named after the first Hungarian king who ruled during the 10th and 11th centuries and is credited with converting his people to Christianity.  The church was completed in 1905 on the site of an old theater.  

Budapest: Day and Night Aerials
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Contributor Minglam created this unforgettable aerial tour of the Hungarian capital city of Budapest on the Danube River, at the edge of the Great Hungarian Plain.  The aerial views of the Parliament Building, the bridges over the river, and other sites in this magnificent Eastern European city are breathtaking.  He combines daytime and nighttime footage in a marvelous edit of this city which sits at the very crossroads of Europe.

Budapest's Castle District
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Buda Castle Quarter


Bridges are the lifeblood of Budapest, a city created via the merger of Buda and Pest on either side of the Danube River.  In this drone video by contributor Smmaxim, you'll get a bird's eye view of almost all of these bridges, shot from a vantage point flying above Buda Castle.  The oldest and best known is the  Széchenyi Chain Bridge, which was built in 1849, 25 years before the union.  With a total length of 375 meters (over 1.2k ft.), it was considered one of the world's engineering marvels.  

Budapest by Drone
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Budapest from above in 4k


Nomad Drone gives us a great view of the city of Budapest, perhaps the most geographically favored city on the continent of Europe.  It occupies the center of a great circular shape carved by the Alps, Tatras, Dolomite, and Carpathian mountains.  In addition, it touches two more of Europe's most prominent features - the Danube River and the Great Hungarian Plain.  It is, quite literally, the crossroads of Europe.  It was no accident that a great city sprung up here.

Inspire Drone over Budapest
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Morning Budapest Hungary - Inspire pro 45mm

Helidron media

The Hungarian capital city Budapest is one of Europe's great cultural treasures.  Lying on the Danube River, it began as two separate cities on either side of the river, Buda and Pest, which were unified in the 19th century.  While Budapest saw very heavy fighting during its seige by the Red Army in the last stages of World War II, much of the damage was repaired.  Helidrone Media used a DJI Inspire drone on a sunny morning to create this aerial portrait of the great city.  

Budapest's Great Parliament Building
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Budapest Parliament Building (short version)


Contributor Minglam created this magnificent drone video of the Hungarian Parliament Building, one of the most well known landmarks in the capital city of Budapest.  Situated along the Danube River, the Gothic Revival building was built in connection with the unifaction of Buda and Pest in the late 19th century.  This architectural marvel, which is still the largest building in Hungary, required the labor of about 100,000 by the time it was completed and opened in 1904.

Budapest: Movie Filming Location
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Budapest by Drone


The popularity of Budapest as a tourist destination has been helped by numerous movie appearances in recent years. The Hungarian capital has appeared in such films as Spy (2015) and Inferno (2016).  Most famously, the city was featured in Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011), the fourth installment of the series.  The film opens with an aerial shot of the great Parliament Building on the Danube River; you'll see this landmark from a similar perspective in this amazing drone video by Minglam.

Heroes' Square
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Heroes' Square, Budapest, Hungary

Contributor created a beautiful aerial view of Heroes' Square, one of the main landmarks of Budapest, Hungary.  The square was constructed around the turn of the 20th century, shortly after Buda and Pest had united to form the present-day city of Budapest.  The timing also coincided with the 1,000 year anniversary of the Hungarian conquest of the Carpathian Basin.  Unlike similarly named squares in other European capitals, Heroe's Square does not contain any interred remains.  

Buda Castle at Night
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Budapest / Buda Castle night

Contributor and drone pilot created this beautiful aerial video of Buda Castle, one of the landmarks of the Hungarian capital Budapest and widely considered to be one of the finest Baroque palaces in the world.  The original structure was built in the 13th century on the Buda (western) side of the Danube River.  It was essentially rebuilt in the mid-18th century.  The castle was the home of the Kings of Hungary through the dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the end of World War I.  

Fisherman's Bastion
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Among the most popular sites of the Hungarian capital city Budapest is Fisherman's Bastion.  This neo-Gothic terrace is situated on Castle Hill, on the Buda (western) side of the Danube River.  It was constructed around the turn of the 20th century.  The seven pillars of the structure represent the semi-mythical seven Magyar tribes that settled on the Hungarian Plain to form the predeccessor to modern Hungary.  See it from above in this beautiful drone video by duminciucbogdan.

Budapest's Parliament Building
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Budapest 4K


Contributor Gkoutanoudisg created this beautiful video of Budapest, the great Hungarian capital city on the Danube River. It opens with an epic shot of the Parliament Building, the architectural marvel which required 100,000 workers to build and which was completed in 1904.  The video mixes ground and drone camera footage, and goes on to feature shots of the city's numerous churches, Buda Castle, and more spots from this very well preserved city.

Városliget: Park of Budapest
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Winter Wonderland at Városliget

Skytech Film

One of the wonders of the Hungarian capital Budapest is Városliget, a park in the center of this city on the Danube River.  The main entrance to the park is at Heroes Square, the great space dedicated to the warriors of Hungary's past.  The park opened in 1896, part of a great program of building in the city to commemorate the 1,000 year anniversary of the founding of medieval Hungary.  Get a bird's eye view of the stunning park in this drone video by Skytech Films. 


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Flying over Budapest

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Amazing Budapest