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"Your Budapest Card includes the following features for either 24 48 or 72 hours depending on the option selected.""""Explore Budapest at your own pace and see the sights you want to see with the Budapest Card! Simply show your card for free or discounted entry to participating attractions plus use it for free public transport two walking tours
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Best Historical Sights of Budapest Tour
"I pick you up from your hotel or wherever is most comfortable for you and we head straight to the City Park this is where our tour starts. City Park has many sightseeing opportunities including the glorious Vajdahunyad Castle Széchenyi bath (the largest thermal bath in the capital) the Zoo and an outdoor Ice skating rink. We then head to Hero's Square where I will give you a short lesson regarding the most important figures in Hungarian history.Along the famous Andrássy Avenue we can find the beautiful Neo-Renaissance mansions and townhouses featuring fine facades. Homes on this street have been featured on televisions shows such as House Hunters International. It is also one of Budapest's main shopping streets with fine cafes
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Budapest Full-Day-Trip from Vienna
"Start your day with complementary pick up from your central located accommodation. The tour leads through the lovely landscape of the easternmost Austrian province called Burgenland to the Hungarian border at Hegyeshalom. We traverse the Pannonian basin.  After passing the town of Györ and the national monument of the ""TURUL"" (eagle) in Tatabanya we arrive in Budapest majestically situated on the banks of the river Danube.  Budapest that stands for the most important monuments of these flourishing and friendly two parts of the town: Buda and Pest  the Castle Hill and the banks of the Danube as well as Matthias Church Fisherman´s Bastion
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Budapest Railway Stations Tips (3)

Nyugari Train Station

Favorite thing One of the three main train station..the other two are Keleti and Deli..
Nyugati is located in the Pest area and from where run the train to Cluj Napoca, and all Romania crossing the border by Oradea.
The ticket office is on the right hand,,there is a ticket office for local trains and other hall just for international tickets where you can pay with credit card
Nyugati is located in the corner of Vaci Ut and Szent Istvan krt so close to Margit Island .. a beautiful and so huge garden in the midst of the river

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Nov 16, 2005

Train Station

Favorite thing There are three main train stations in Budapest, all of which are connected by the metro.

Keleti pu (metro: Keleti pályaudvar) handles most international trains as well as rail services to north-eastern Hungary.

Nyugati pu (metro: Nyugati pályaudvar) has trains to the Danube Bend and the Great Plain.

Déli pu (metro: Déli pályaudvar) in Buda is the place to go for trains to Lake Balaton

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Dec 24, 2002

budapest life

Favorite thing the first thing i advice u about this city is to see the city from the danua side at night time.look at the chain birdge and it is soo magical beauty!then have a walk around river.
although th city is good at daytime u will never feel the same as u felt when u saw it at night!
the castle area and fisherman's place is also places should be visited!

Fondest memory i was so afraid when i had a night walk trip around city suburs to find my hostel!the places far from city center is full of drug users and dont seem so safe!if u like having such wlaks do it with a group of friends!

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Sep 24, 2005
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Stamp Museum - Belyemuzeum

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Mucsarnok Hall of Art

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Terror Haza - Terror Museum

An iron curtain. It sits outside Andrássy út 60. That building was the headquarters of the Arrow Cross Party (the Hungarian version of the Nazi Party) until Germany invaded in 1944. It then became...
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Great Synagogue - Central Synagogue

I visited this venerable synagogue in Budapest many years ago in the 1980s. Then, its grand interior was somewhat dilapidated. I can see from recent photographs (see attached picture) that this...
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National Museum - Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum

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Holocaust Memorial - Raoul Wallenberg Memory Park

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