Budapest has an indiscriminate taste in Architecture. It’s from Roman amphitheaters and Gothic-style cathedrals to traditional Turkish baths. A commonly used style in the downtown area is the Eclectic style. It’s a well-favored style in the 19th Century when the downtown area was built. The eclectic style is a mix of older styles. Baroque style comes second in popularity. It’s got a lot of distinct details, with beautiful, decorative windows and doors. The third one is the Gothic style – it is the usual style because a lot of churches and buildings followed this style. This is an ancient style, dating back to medieval times.