In my opinion, one of the most beautiful squares in Europe. Széchenyi Square with it's painted buildings in stunning pastel colours, is centre of the city of Pécs. In the same place is the City Hall, the Tourist Office, the Mosque of Pasha Gazi Kaszim, the monument to the Holy Trinity (built between 1710 and 1714) which commemorates the end of the plague epidemic that ravaged the city. It was rebuilt in 1908 before the equestrian statue of Hunyadi János Pál Pátzai was completed in 1956.
Vorosmarty ter is a square right off the famous Vaci Utca street in the heart of Budapest's most modern district, Belvaros. Day and night, the square is full of people shopping, enjoying the outdoor cafes during the summertime, or checking out the jugglers and street performers. On one side of the square, there are little wooden stands with tables and benches that serve local delicacies cooked on huge grills and beer and cocktails. The prices are pretty reasonable, so it's worth checking out if you're hungry. The square is named after the poet Mihaly Vorosmarty and a marble statue of the poet adorns the center of the square.
The Hungarian Parliament is not only a beautiful building architecturally, it's also pretty staggering in size. It's located in District 5 on the banks of the Danube River. The main entrance is located on Kossuth Ter.
Szabadsag ter is one of the largest squares in Budapest and is surrounded a large green space making it the perfect place to cool off on hot summer days. On the south side of the square, there's a fountain that shoots up jets of water when you step on it. On the eastern side of the square, there's the imposing American Embassy and its military guards. Located at the center of the square is the only statue which still dates from the era of Communism: the memorial to the Soviet liberation of Budapest. The nearest metro station is Kossuth tér (line 2).
Madach Imre tér is a small square located between the Inner City and District 7. The square is full of little bars and cafes and is hopping at all hours with a cool young clientele. On Sundays, the square is overtaken by artists ve cover the square in colorful drawings done in pavement chalk. It's a really lovely place to sit out and soak up the atmosphere.