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Folk performances »

Folklore, Budapest

Telefon: 003613171377

Challengeland Adventure Park »

Leisure, Budapest

Telefon: +36/20-599-8501

Red Mail Coach Restaurant »

Restaurant, Budapest

Telefon: +36 1 2176756

Academy Riding School »

Sport, Budapest

Telefon: 06 20 912 20 24

Read some travel stories about Budapest and sorrounding area

Spa and wellness Budapest Hungary, Renáta

One of the very special things about Budapest is the prevalence of thermal springs right in the centre of the city. There are 118 springs and boreholes altogether, supplying the city’s spas and baths with 15.4 million gallons of water daily ranging in temperature from 70 to 170 degrees Fahrenheit (21-78°C). more »

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 »

Budapest parks, hills, Nogamstar

Margaret Island Budapest The historical monuments on this slender island running between Arpad Bridge and Margaret Bridge date back to the 11th century. The capital’s most beautiful park is on the island, and visitors strolling around come across a variety of interesting structures (the UNESCO-protected Water Tower, musical well, Open-air Stage, Church of St. Michael) and ruins several centuries old (nunnery where Margaret, daughter of King Bela IV, lived, and the remains of two churches belonging to religious orders). more »

Panorama Danube, Renáta

Boat trip and panorama more »

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