Budapest dubbed the "Paris of the East", "Bride of the Danube" or "Pearl of the Danube is Hungary's capital.
Buda was founded by the Celts on the right bank of the Danube, at the time called the Ak-Ink. In Roman times receives Aquincum name, becoming the center of government of Lower Pannonia. On the left bank of the river to build a new city with the name Trans-Aquincum, called Contraaquincum. The two cities were connected by a bridge on boats, so the trade between the two sides of the Danube. In the fourth century, began to spread Christianity in the province, but this was halted by the invasion of the Huns in 375.