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Budapest, gem of a city
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There's more than one way to discover Budapest. Whether you are a first time visitor or not, there is always something new to see or do from taking a dip in one of the city's famous baths to savoring the local cuisine.
The Chain Bridge was the first bridge to permanently connect Buda and Pest and was completed in 1849. At the time, it was considered to be one of the wonders of the world.
The Labyrinth of Buda Castle is one of the 7 wonders of the underground world and adding to its allure and mystery.
From the Elisabeth Bridge, hike up the sets of stairs and paths for a stunning panorama over both Buda and Pest from the Citadella.
The neo-Gothic terrace of the Fisherman's Bastion is located on the Castle Hill and provides panoramic views of the city.
The rushing waters formed a huge cave system, which is thought to be more than 100 kilometers long. Put on overalls, helmets, and headlamps and enjoy the longest cave of Hungary, the Matyas-hegyi cave in the Pal-volgyi cave system. It makes Budapest a gem of a city.
The Central Market Hall is the largest indoor market in Budapest and the focus is on typical Hungarian products.
Budapest, like any other major European city, is filled with touristy restaurants. But it is also filled with local haunts serving sophisticated Hungarian cuisine at reasonable prices.
It is full of cafes to have a delicious fresh pastries, truffles, and coffee. The decors are charming too with antique furnitures and tools of the old confectionery trade.
Budapest is beautiful by day, but absolutely stunning by night as the buildings lining the banks of the Danube twinkle and reflect on the dark waters.
Budapest, a gem of a city is a proof of the Turkish influence in Hungary, a visit to the thermal baths is a must Budapest experience.
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