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Best Public Transport for Sightseeing in Budapest
Posted by: pfarkas /3200
You may have been to cities where the best option for sightseeing was a taxi, tuk-tuk or a hop-on-hop-off service. Lucky for you, Budapest boasts one of the best public transportation network in Europe (and the world). Moreover, it’s relatively cheap. And the best thing is, there are some public transport lines that offer a […]
Budapest Caves Guide – Underground Budapest
Posted by: pfarkas /4970
Budapest with its 80 geothermal springs and 200 caves found to date is not only famous for its hot springs and thermal spas but caves as well. Budapest lies on a geological fault line, where the thermal springs during millions of years have carved out a complex network of tunnels and caves. Since these caves […]
The 7 Best Christmas Fairs not to Miss in and around Budapest
Posted by: Panni Vas /6230
The Advent period is always exciting even if one means to escape the hassle and stress ahead of the Christmas holidays. One way to do so is travelling and once you’re in Budapest it is really worth checking out the city’s most popular or even a few less-known Christmas markets. A blog by our first-ever […]
5 Markets Not to Miss while in Budapest
Posted by: gullyver /4070
Like any big city, Budapest has a wide array of food sources to turn to. But is there a better way to buy your foodstuffs from a stall at a market if you have the time? Also, if you are like me and love to check out marketplaces wherever you travel, just to have a feel of […]
Runs not to miss in Hungary in 2017
Posted by: gullyver /7340
Hungary is the aspiring to become the new running capital of Europe, according to The English version of the long-time run organising sports club has a very fancy list of runs on offer for travellers who prefer getting acquainted with the city the faster way. This year there are still plenty of opportunities to run half […]
Budapest spa guide – from the touristy to the forgotten
Posted by: gullyver /7060
Budapest is the only capital city in the world with over 118 natural springs full of mineral rich hot water. No wonder the city is sometimes referred to as “the city of baths”. Bathing has been part of the culture in Budapest since the Celtic times in the 4th century BC, then continued by Romans […]

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