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 Hungary is a landlocked country in central Europe known primarily for its famous capital city Budapest. Its urban landscape is the result of a rich architectural and historical heritage such as the medieval quarter of Buda Castle Hill, the neoclassical buildings lining Pest's Andrássy Avenue, the 19th-century Széchenyi Lánchíd suspension bridge, etc. The Turkish and Roman influences on Hungarian culture are reflected in the popularity of the city's Ottoman-era thermal baths. Whatever the season, you're guaranteed to have a jam-packed stay in Budapest! 

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A Week in Budapest

With exceptional architecture, relaxing thermal baths, and fantastic food, my travel guide offers practical advice to make your stay in Budapest as memorable and stress-free as possible!

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What to do in Budapest

From sightseeing to spending a day in one of the capital's numerous mineral spas to strolling along the Danube river, there's always something to do in Budapest!


Where to eat in Budapest

Fancy a traditional Hungarian meal? A cocktail in a rooftop bar or maybe a coffee with a castle view? Discover some lovely places to eat and drink whilst in Budapest!

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