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    k?roly kotur and garden deak ter

    by DPando Written Dec 8, 2005

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    Favorite thing: beautifull square in the edge of Deak ter that open up vorosmarty area and vaci utca..pedestrian and shooping street ...its a beautiful street full of buildings without balconies so weird for a catalonian like me

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    CROSSING THE BUSY STREETS OF BUDAPEST

    by balhannah Written Mar 10, 2014

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    Budapest pedestrian underpass
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    Favorite thing: Budapest is a big and busy city, so crossing the street is best done at the traffic lights rather than elsewhere, where you have to look out for Trams too!

    If you happen to be at the traffic lights and notice NO pedestrian traffic light, then look for a PEDESTRIAN UNDERPASS close to the lights.

    I think these are a great idea, making getting to the other side of the street quick and safe! Good too is that all streets at that intersection have an underpass which meets in the centre of the underpass, and you just follow the sign to what street you wish to alight.

    No need to be frightened if you a woman alone, as the under passes are well lit, and I never saw any problems. I didn't pass through them at night, so can't comment.

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    Nyugati ter

    by edvin_br Written Jul 5, 2004

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    At the Nyugati by night

    Favorite thing: This square is one of the most central in Pest. Its also can be the first sight that tourists see when they arrive Budapest from north (Berin, Prague, Bratislava)...
    When you will get out of the station you will find a crowded and active street (Terez korut). In the square area you will find a Supermarket, West End shopping center, some old beautiful buildings (you will notice the big commercial signs on them) and many taxi drivers that will take you to any place at very high price... so take it as a last option to get to the center. A better way of getting into the Downtown is by M3 (Just under the train station) that will take you to Deak ter and from there you can change metro line and get to your destination.


    Fondest memory: This is one of the places that i have been in them the most in my visits to Budapest, it was a starting point to many of my tours.

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    Budapest

    by denise_BG Updated Nov 2, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Budapest is a city with an impressive architecture and beautiful bridges, yet, it is not a "tourist" place like Prague for instance.

    Fondest memory: Walking, walking, walking...to feel the athmosphere you have to spend some time for walking

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    1956 Memorial/Parliament Building

    by azz8206 Written Oct 15, 2010

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    The Parliament's Dome
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    Favorite thing: These two sites are right near each other and in the same square. So if you are thinking of visiting these sites on different days, you should consider seeing them on the same day.
    The 1956 Memorial commemmorates those killed in the 1956 uprising when Soviet tanks moved in to quell the uprising. 2500 Hungarians were killed and over 10,000 wounded. The Hungarian flag that flies here has a hole in it, a symbol of the rebellion.
    The Parliament building was build in a gothic style. At 96 metres it is one of the two tallest buildings in Budapest along with St. Stephen's Basilica. 96 is also symbolic of the nation's millenium, 1896, and the conquest of the Kingdom of Hungary in 896. On the façade, statues of Hungarian rulers, Transylvanian leaders and famous military people are to be seen. I enjoyed seeing it at night because it looks creepy, imo.
    The square is easily accessible with line 2 of the Budapest metro, Lajos Kossuth Ter.

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    PLENTY OF REST AREAS

    by balhannah Written Mar 19, 2014

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    Budapest

    Favorite thing: This is one of the many things I liked about Budapest - Plenty of places to rest.
    Scattered around the city are many big and small parks, then there are places like in my photo, where seats are supplied. These just pop up "out of the blue" as we walked the city. I thought it was really nice to be able to sit and relax or eat your lunch beside the running water of the waterfall. Such a relaxing sound!
    Another nice place to rest those weary legs, is at one of the garden seats that line the esplanade beside the Danube river, quite a popular area with locals and tourists alike.

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    Astoria Ter (Square)

    by edvin_br Written Jul 15, 2004

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    Favorite thing: Astoria ter is known because of the Astoria hotel that situated at the intersection. This is also a central point if you wanna get to the city center of Pest and to Vaci utca.
    Its accessible by M2.

    Fondest memory: There is a big tunnel under the square with a lot of sleeves to many boulevards, try not to get lost.

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    Vorosmarty Ter

    by MelanieBee Written Apr 17, 2006

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    Street entertainment

    Favorite thing: Vorosmarty Ter is one of the central meeting points in Budapest and is situated at the northern end of Vaci street. With Deak Ferenc metro station, St Stephen's Basilica, Quayside restaurants and the Pest concert hall and all the Vaci Street shops just a few minutes walk away, it is a great place to wait for friends, or sit and watch the world go by.

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    Beautiful City

    by anaiis Written Sep 6, 2002

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    Favorite thing: I enjoy walking in the Budapest centre, looking at buildings and admiring the architecture. But Budapest in condemned to renovation. Although the city centre looks great and you can wander around exploring its treasures, there are some uglier parts of the city that are usually not visited by tourist (especially industrial area). But in those parts its clearly visible, how people live in Budapest. The glamour for tourists is not there. Typical houses look modest, small and are mostly square shaped with one floor only. There is a small green garden around them. Its just the opposite of what you see in this picture!

    Fondest memory: The Budapest allways gives me this feeling of freedom and mixing cultures. I am also crazy about all those spas - and I had yet begun to explore them! Budapest is a mosaic of history periods, people, nations. I love that cosmopolitan feeling! I even love the language barrier - don't try to guess what they are saying - its impossible!. You can't even guess the words for women or men when heading for the toilet!

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    The Zrinyi street

    by 1courage Updated Jun 1, 2008

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    Wiew of the basilica from the Zrinyi street
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    Favorite thing: I start my Budapest street tips with this lovely street with begins at the Roosevelt square (Pest bridgehead of the Chain bridge) and goes straight into the Szent István square (the basilica).
    This was the first street that has been completely pedestrianized recently as part of the project whose purpose is trasforming the city centre a liveable place with more green, more pedestrian areas and less cars. This project`s name is Budapest`s heart project and we are only at the beginning: within c.ca 10 years hopefully we can see a completely different city centre.
    Since it`s transformation and since the car traffic was banned (still I see some cars parking there, dunno why) the Zrínyi street is one of the nicest places in Budapest and I think it is a very positive sign for the future.

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    Tree of Liberty 1

    by mariettz Updated Jun 15, 2005

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    Fondest memory: Europe,Hungary,Budapest,
    'Tree of Liberty' /Szabadsag Fa/Vajdahunyad Vara,Castel of Vajdahunyad. The Tree is close to the Washington Monument.

    It was given as a present to the habitant of Budapest by workers of the Monumental General Insurance Campany,USA,MD,Baltimore,on the day: 08.29.1990

    From 1991-1994 I worked not far from these place, and when I had free time came here and had a pray for a Lady ... She was pregnant with her 4th child. From that time new borne son become a young man and lives in Baltimore. Sometimes he visit Budapest.(Today is 15 June 2005)

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    Raday utca

    by budapest8 Updated Aug 2, 2005

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    Raday utca

    Favorite thing: Just walking across the Freedom Bridge from the Gellert Hill passing the main market, then turning into Raday utca and sitting outside drinking a cappucino watching the Hungarians and tourists passing by.

    Fondest memory: The corner of Raday utca.....

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    Tree of Liberty 3

    by mariettz Updated Jun 15, 2005

    Favorite thing: About 13-14 years ago I came here at first, to the
    'Tree of Liberty'.Europe,Hungary,Budapest.

    It that time the tree was a little and somebody wanted to killed it....therefore he/she cut it with the nife...But the Tre of Liberty was strong and live...Today he is giving plant to the people to drink tee as a medicament...to be healthy. It is linden-tree.Thank God for it.

    (Please see the 2nd page...)

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  • Architecture and peple of Budapest

    by agrajag Updated Apr 11, 2008
    Budapest, Castle

    Favorite thing: Visit regularly http://budapestdailyreview.com/dailyphotos for pictures of Budapest, so you'll have an idea by the time you'd get there. These will show you different images from what most site do: trying to avoid cliches and tourist traps. After your visit, it'll give you a good opportunity to remember too.

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    Souvenirs from Budapest

    by eternel2002 Updated Jan 9, 2007
    Street in Budapest
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    Favorite thing: Budapest has a lot to offer to visitors, historical sites and monuments, beautiful architecture, famous baths, east european society changing to western lifestyle and friendly people.

    Fondest memory: - Gellert bath
    - Parliament building
    - Basilica
    - Budapest castle
    - Danube
    - Bridges

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