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Folk performances »

Folklore, Budapest

Telefon: 003613171377

Pancake Bar »

Restaurant, Budapest

Telefon: 06/1 267-6361

Challengeland Adventure Park »

Leisure, Budapest

Telefon: +36/20-599-8501

Regős Restaurant »

Restaurant, Budapest

Read some travel stories about Budapest and sorrounding area

Budapest wolrd heritages, Nogamstar

In 2002 the UNESCO World Heritage committee enhanced the capital’s standing among the already existing eight World Heritage locations in Hungary (Hollókô, Budapest, Pannonhalma, Hortobágy, Pécs, Tokaj, Aggtelek, Lake Fertô). This means that now Andrássy Avenue in Budapest and its historical environs join the Castle district and Danube embankment as holders of the prestigious World Heritage award, although it is true to say that local residents and visitors consider the award fully deserved, Budapest being – in their eyes – one of the most beautiful capitals in the world. more »

Budapest spa and baths, Nogamstar

Budapest is a city of medicinal baths. Although baths from Roman times (2nd century) have been uncovered in Budapest, the true bathing culture was initiated during the period of Turkish occupation in the 16th and 17th centuries. Even today there are four Turkish baths in the capital (Rudas, Rac, Kiraly, Csaszar), each one a masterpiece of Ottoman architecture. more »

Antiques Budapest, Nogamstar

Budapest’s street of galleries first began to coalesce just off Margaret Bridge around 10 years ago. A stroll down just two blocks of Falk Miksa Street reveals more than 20 shops and galleries stuffed with bric-abrac, curios and objets d’art. (As an interesting aside, politician and publicist Miksa Falk has gone down in history books as the person who taught Queen Elizabeth, wife of Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph, to speak Hungarian.) more »

Jewish Budapest, Renáta

Jewish Budapest more »

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