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Folk performances »

Folklore, Budapest

Telefon: 003613171377

Academy Riding School »

Sport, Budapest

Telefon: 06 20 912 20 24

Red Mail Coach Restaurant »

Restaurant, Budapest

Telefon: +36 1 2176756

Regős Restaurant »

Restaurant, Budapest

Read some travel stories about Budapest and sorrounding area

Budapest churches, Nogamstar

Dohány Street Synagogue Budapest, VII., Dohány utca, Mon–Thur: 10 am–5 pm (10 am–3 pm between 1 November and 14 April), Fri, Sun: 10 am–2 pm The glorious building in Byzantine-Moorish style is Europe’s largest synagogue. It was built by Viennese architect Ludwig Förster in the middle of the 19th century. One of Budapest’s most imposing historical monuments, it is faced in white and red brick, with a wealth of ceramic decorative elements and two onion-dome towers. more »

Tours in Hungary, Renáta

Tours in HungaryHungary offers a wide variety of programmes for visitors of all generations arriving either with their families or on their own. The range of activities includes extreme sports and quiet bicycle tours, as well as visiting castle ruins, exhibitions of modern arts or thermal spas and aquaparks. more »

Around Budapest, Renáta

Szentendre, Visegrád, Esztergom, Százhalombatta, Martonvásár, Fót, Gödöllő more »

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 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 »

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