It is the official residence of the President of Hungary, and the seat of the Office of the President. It has served as both since 2003.
The Sándor Palace (Sándor-palota) was built in 1803 in neo-classical style, by the well-known architect, Mihály Pollack. During the Second World War, it was seriously damaged but after the fall of communism, it was restored to its original state. Today the Palace is home to the President of the…
Today the Palace is home to the President of the Republic of Hungary and his Office, but occasionally on summer weekends, the palace opens its gates for tourists to introduce the history.
Point of Interest
“The tram line 2 stop is between the Academia buiding and the Danube river. This line drives alog the Danube and you can use going south to reach the market hall, the Gellert bath and north the Parlament and the bridge that leads to the Margaret island. ”
“Slick, ornamented building, its construction started in 1740 but was only finished in 1805 by Kristof Hikisch whos house also stands on this square. ”
“The best full selection of baked goods with breakfast types of foods and it has a coffee shop as well. Lovely homemade yogurts, you must try : Cserpes....and farm milk :) Pay with you card as well.”
“Just climb up the stairs,and you are at the great location where every tourists want to be at while staying in Budapest!”