Vadvirag Panzio

Nagybanyai ut 18, Budapest, 1025, Hungary
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Things to see and do in Budapest

by burgzvi

I will be visiting Budapest at the end of June for a week. As I am visiting Budapest for the first time, I would appreciate any suggestions regarding things to see and do. Also, suggestions regarding restaurants/cafes and shopping would be most welcome. I understand that Budapest is a relatively inexpensive city. One other question: are there buses to Balaton Lake and is it possible to leave in the morning and return in the evening and still have enought time to enjoy the lake area?

Re: Things to see and do in Budapest

by vtveen

You could start raading the Virtual Tourist TravelGuide about Budapest. I'm sure you will find '1000 ideas' about what to do/see.
See:
http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/Hungary/Budapest_Fovaros/Budapest-436839/TravelGuide-Budapest.html

happy travels
Jaap

Re: Things to see and do in Budapest

by doodybee

hiya
hope you enjoy budapest
you have to stay off the "tourist trail" and go where you see locals going to eat and drink (although there may be more language problems this way)to get better prices - most people will understand beer ( not lager)

and have a look at byki translator ( google) for some basic words like please, thank-you, beer ,wine, water

have a good stay in budapest
Julie

Re: Things to see and do in Budapest

by danbp

Lake Balaton: the easiest way is to take a train, although there are coaches connecting the lake and the city too. You can pick basically any town or village on the southern or northern bank of the lake - I recommend you to do some reasearch on it. Begin with a map or Google Earth. The most popular resorts that are close to Budapest are Siofok, Fonyod (on the southern bank) Balatonfured and Tihany (on the northern bank). By the way, there is a constant ideological war between northern and southern bank lovers. Southern is better for families, since water depth is much lower here. And actually this is the best place to enjoy the panorama of the hills on the northern bank. However, the northern bank is great for those who'd like to swim and taste wine and it actually offers more sights to see in bad weather (or on a daytrip, in your case).
I can really recommend Csopak on the northern and Balatonlelle on the southern bank. These are all within 2-3 hours from Budapest.
If you'd like to do wine tasting too, I recommend Badacsony. It is a 4-hour train ride though from Budapest, but it's a good idea to take a train down to Fonyod (3 hours), cross the lake by ship (30 minutes) to Badacsony and then travel back from there.
There are more direct trains to the southern bank than to the northern. But you'll find more direct buses to the northern bank, as I can recall.

Here are the schedules:
trains www.mav-start.hu
buses www.menetrendek.hu (there click on Volan menetrendek; honnan means from; hova means to; date is given in yyyy.mm.dd; don't bother about other settings)

Travel Tips for Budapest

Mythic bird

by gal_flower

Turul is a bird from the hungarian myths. According to the legen Turul is the father of the first Magyar king. His mother was a human impregnated by Turul.

It's a great story and you can see Turul all around

Navigating Budapest: Blaha Lujza Ter

by antistar

If you believe the locals, Blaha Lujza Ter is possibly the most dangerous square in all of Budapest. It is grim, and there are some dodgy characters about, but I've wandered around here at all hours. It's not so bad, but you should be careful. Just as an idea of the characters that hang out here, Blaha Lujza ter was made famous recently by a you tube video of the antics of a Romanian gypsy orphan who robbed and stabbed people while laughing all the time. The news reported he'd been sent home, but people think he will come back.

But Blaha Lujza is the most happening square in District 8, the infamous ghetto. You probably won't want to come here as a tourist, except maybe to see the grand New York Hotel. But if you want to catch a glimpse of Budapest's best bohemian bars, you'll find yourself drawn here like a magnet. Bars like the excellent Korvin Tetto, the roof top summer bar on the old communist department store, are directly on Blaha Lujza, but other great places, like the jazzy, Serbian Jelen, and the ever popular Szimpla are both nearby.

Where do we go now?

by m-joy

This indicator board at the Nyugati Station shows how different the Hungarian language is, I couldn’t recognize a single place the trains went to. Nevertheless the most basic words are simple to keep in mind, it is quite respectful to use them during your stay: (its easy if you like the letter Ö (OE)) ;-)
Jo napot kivanok = Good day, or just Helló = Hello
Koeszoenoem = Thank you
tessek = please

MTK HUNGARIA

by biggeorge

Hungaries richest but not too well supported team , thanks to a Jewish background. They attempt to play football on Saturdays kick offs at 4 p.m. Cost about 1000 forints and there's a bar at the very top corner of the main stand. Freindly crowd by Hungarian football standards. Its always freezing there so bring a hat.

FLOAT IN HEVIZ

by Duffelgirl

I remember it well, having just finished a whirlwind- tour of Budapest's historical finest, standing outside on the yellow steps of the Hungarian National Museum, I felt deflated. That was it - I never wanted to see another statue again in my entire life - ENOUGH WAS ENOUGH.
I flicked through the guidebook and chanced upon a picture of a big blue lake, dotted with seals, well, turned out to be humans. It was the largest thermal lake in Europe - I had to go there and I am really glad we did.

Okay it is a 3-hour coach trip off the beaten Budapest track - but worth it! Situated in the southwest of Hungary adjacent to Lake Batalon (the largest lake in Europe- some 48 miles long and 2.5 miles wide), Heviz is a small spa town with health given waters (a particular favourite with the Germans).
You can swim in the lake via the pavilion that's stretched across it. There's an indoor pool and a sectioned area of the lake underneath the pavilion, but why bother with these - just get outside and be one with nature!!

We went in Mid -March, the air outside was -1C and the water , 26C. Yes, it was a bit chilly and smelt of rotting eggs, but what a tremendous feeling it is to swim in a huge lake, the sky above you, the snow falling all around you - a real treat for the senses!!
Be sure to bring a towel, swimsuit and some kind of inflatable (or you can hire them there).
If you're not a strong swimmer bear in mind the lake is 48 meters deep and dotted with triphod-like lillies!
For more information search for 'Heviz' on this site (Mel_bee has an excellent page) or visit - here for some info and photographs.

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