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“Hands down the best ruin bar in Budapest! The decoration is amazing. The Szimpla is definitely a place to see while you're in Budapest. It’s probably better to go there at the end of the day (6-8pm) because it’s very crowded at night. You’ll enjoy better all the different rooms and weird objects of the bar!”
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Capitol Building
“Visit the Parliament: Built during Budapest’s golden era when the city was a capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, this monumental Gothic Revival building dominates its Danube bank. The 45-minute guided tour is just the right amount of time to appreciate its lavish interior without getting tired and lost in one of its 691 rooms. After the tour, stop by Liberty Square for more dramatic buildings from this period.”
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“Széchenyi Thermal Bath is one of the largest spa complexes in Europe. Its outdoor pool with the steam rising from its surface on winter nights and the complacent elderly men playing chess in the water is a world famous symbol of Budapest. The bath in Városliget was built in neo-Baroque style at the beginning of the 20th century. The Széchenyi is the most popular bath among locals thanks it its size and wide range of services. Numerous indoor and outdoor pools, a thermal and a wellness department (steam room, sauna etc.), medical care, therapies. fitness and miscellaneous services guarantee the perfect visit. The open-air pool is open in the winter as well!”
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Farmers Market
“Explore the Great Market Hall: Opened in 1897, this enormous brick-and-steel indoor market is usually teeming with tourists, but plenty of locals, too, come here to pick up fruits, vegetables, and charcuterie. Upstairs, amid vendors of knick-knacks and tchotchkes, you will find food stalls that serve lángos, Hungary's iconic flatbread topped with sour cream and cheese.”
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“Walk the “synagogue triangle” in the old Jewish Quarter: Before Hungary’s alliance with Nazi Germany and participation in the Holocaust, Budapest was home to a thriving community of more than 200,000 Jewish people. Jews had been integral to Budapest's commerce, arts, and sciences. Inside the old Jewish Quarter, you can still visit three dazzling synagogues near one another, including Europe’s largest in Dohány Street.”
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“Walk or bike around Budapest’s Central Park: Margaret Island is a quaint, leafy area perched in the middle of the Danube River—no wonder that the royal family kept it close to its chest before finally selling it to the city in 1908. Bike around the island's manicured lawns or join packs of locals on the running track stretching around the island.”
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“Towering over Budapest, the St. Stephen's Basilica is another statement-building conveying the city's imperial ambitions. Its construction took more than half a century, outlasting two of the building's chief architects. Behind the calm limestone exterior hides a dimly lit central space, and the mummified right hand of St. Stephen, Hungary's first king. Note that the church's dome offers sweeping views of Budapest and is open to visitors.”
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Alışveriş Merkezi
“Shopping Mall with over 400 shops next to Nyugati (Western Railw. Station) in the center. ”
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Kahve Dükkanı
“It is a beautiful thermal bath! Take bus number 7, or 133E, and get off right in front of the thermal bath.”
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“●Heroes’ Square ○The city’s biggest square, and probably one of the most iconic landmarks of Budapest. ”
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Atletizm ve Spor
“In this street you can find the bigger designer shops like Louis Vuitton, Gucci”
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“I really love this place. You find there great playgrounds, museums (Modeern Art Galery, Fine Art Galery), the Zoo, and a The Capital Circus of Budapest (the only . Városliget (Citypark) is only 2,5 km from my place. Walk there, rent a bike, or take public transportation.”
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History Museum
“Learn about communism in Hungary at the House of Terror: Democracy may indeed be the way forward, but Hungary is still suffering the legacy of the four-decades-long communist regime that reigned until 1989. This museum, inside the building that once headquartered the Communist Secret Police, is a must-see for anyone interested in exploring Hungary’s past and understanding its present. (Here’s our list of Budapest’s best museums.)”
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“ Very long pedestrian shopping street, runs most of the way across central Pest, type of shops vary along the length, so if you don't find what you want keep walking :-)”
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“The Széchenyi Chain Bridge is a suspension bridge that spans the River Danube between Buda and Pest. ”
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Opera House
“Its beautiful architecture and interiors weret the lif’s work of the great Hungarian architect, Ybl Miklós.”
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