Budapest Features

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Budapest Features

  • What's Where in Budapest

    Várhegy (Castle Hill): Literally and figuratively, you can't miss Castle Hill: a UNESCO-designated neighborhood that boasts narrow cobbled streets... Read more

  • Quintessential Budapest

    Although the Danube is Budapest's most famous body of water, it's the therapeutic H[inf]2[can]0 spewed up daily by 100-odd hot springs that sets... Read more

  • If You Like

    Nothing quite compares to a long, hot soak in the Gellért Baths. After all, it's impossible to remain blasé amid such Art Nouveau opulence (especially... Read more

  • Festivals & Events

    From music and theater to folk art and film, Hungarians milk every occasion possible to host a celebration.... Read more

  • Budapest Itineraries

    Let's be honest: you can blow through Budapest's big-ticket attractions in three days and still have time to quaff down the requisite bowl of... Read more

  • Navigating Budapest

    As in Paris, neighborhoods in Budapest are known and referred to locally not by name but by their district number, the equivalent of the Paris... Read more

  • On the Menu

    Csirke paprikás (chicken paprikash). This famous dish is made from cubed chicken breast or chicken legs covered in creamy paprika sauce.... Desszertek... Read more

  • Travels by Tram

    Trams (villamos) are abundant and convenient, covering the entire city from around 5 am to 11 pm, or a bit later. Though they're comfortable... Read more

  • Paprika Primer

    Around the world, Hungarian food is closely identified with bright-red paprika. Hungary's two most famous dishes, gulyás leves (goulash soup)... Read more

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