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Capitol Building
“The building of Hungary's law-making body, the House of Parliament, is rightly considered among the most beautiful parliaments buildings in the world. Selected as a World Heritage site as a central element in the Danube panorama in 2011, the edifice is not only an invaluable treasure, but also the pride of the nation. It provides a home for the legislature, a place of safekeeping for the Hungarian Holy Crown, and a workplace both for the 199 Members of Parliament and for the nearly 600 people who assist them. Currently, the building also houses the offices of the Prime Minister and his support staff. ”
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Pub
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“Hands down the best ruin bar in Budapest! The decoration is amazing. The Szimpla is definitely a place to see while you're in Budapest. It’s probably better to go there at the end of the day (6-8pm) because it’s very crowded at night. You’ll enjoy better all the different rooms and weird objects of the bar!”
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Spa
“Széchenyi Thermal Bath is one of the largest spa complexes in Europe. Its outdoor pool with the steam rising from its surface on winter nights and the complacent elderly men playing chess in the water is a world famous symbol of Budapest. The bath in Városliget was built in neo-Baroque style at the beginning of the 20th century. The Széchenyi is the most popular bath among locals thanks it its size and wide range of services. Numerous indoor and outdoor pools, a thermal and a wellness department (steam room, sauna etc.), medical care, therapies. fitness and miscellaneous services guarantee the perfect visit. The open-air pool is open in the winter as well!”
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Farmers Market
“Take tram 47/49 from Deák Square The spectacular Central Market Hall is a good source of Hungarian products. You can also make it a pit-stop for a quick bite of traditional Hungarian food when touring the city. Shop with the locals for sausages, meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables and pastries. Fancy bottles of Tokaji, a variety of paprika and handicrafts are also available. ”
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Synagogue
“The Great Synagogue in Dohány Street is the largest Synagogue in Europe and the second largest in the world. It can accommodate close to 3,000 worshipers. It was built between 1854 and 1859 in Neo-Moorish style. During World War II, the Great Synagogue was used as a stable and as a radio communication center by the Germans. Today, it's the main center for the Jewish community.”
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Island
“Good fun if you use the bikes and ride along Danube till Margaret Island. Or you can take the bus 15. Bus stop is 2 min. walk Margaret Island (Margitsziget), barely 2.4 kilometers long and 503 meters wide is Budapest's main recreation and recuperative center for most locals. Thermal spring-fed medicinal baths, carefully tended gardens and paths, as well as the ruins of many historic buildings all serve to attract many daily visitors. A highlight of any visit is the Palatinus Baths, a huge spa complex that covers more than 17 acres and includes a bath with artificial waves, together with various medicinal, swimming, and children's pools capable of accommodating up to 20,000 bathers at a time. ”
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Church
“Around the corner. St. Stephen’s Basilica is the largest church in Budapest and can hold up to 8,500 people. Although in architectural terms it’s a cathedral, it was given the title of ‘basilica minor’ by Pope Pius XI in 1931. It took more than 50 years to build the Basilica. The square front of the Basilica is the home of the best Christmas Market in Budapest.”
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Shopping Mall
“Shopping Mall with over 400 shops next to Nyugati (Western Railw. Station) in the center. ”
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Plaza
“●Heroes’ Square ○The city’s biggest square, and probably one of the most iconic landmarks of Budapest. ”
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History Museum
“Very interesting exhibition about the communism and socialism. http://www.terrorhaza.hu/en”
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Kafé
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“The best known historical bath of Budapest along with Széchenyi. It has several indoor thermal pools and swimming pools, a large outdoor adventure pool and an outdoor wave pool.”
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Opera House
“Over 300-year-old Theatre where all our princes used to visit for entertainment. ”
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Friidrett og sport
“In this street you can find the bigger designer shops like Louis Vuitton, Gucci”
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Neighborhood
“The City Park (Hungarian: Városliget) is a public park close to the centre of Budapest, Hungary. It is a 0.9-by-0.6-mile (1,400 by 970 m) rectangle, with an area of 302 acres (1.2 km2), located in District XIV of Budapest. Vajdahunyad Castle is a castle in the City Park. It was built in 1896 as part of the Millennial Exhibition which celebrated the 1,000 years of Hungary since the Hungarian Conquest of the Carpathian Basin in 895. The castle was designed by Ignác Alpár to feature copies of several landmark buildings from different parts the Kingdom of Hungary, especially the Hunyad Castle in Transylvania (now in Romania). ”
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Kafé
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“ Very long pedestrian shopping street, runs most of the way across central Pest, type of shops vary along the length, so if you don't find what you want keep walking :-)”
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Zoo
“Budapest Zoo & Botanical Garden opened its gates in 1866, which makes it one of the oldest of its kind. As well as a menagerie, the zoo is also known for its architecture, the Art Nouveau buildings of the early 1900s designed by Károly Kós and others. Visit the Palm House for its tropical birds and wildlife from the Americas – but also to admire the design of Gyula Végh. Kornél Neuschloss brings together Indian and African elements with iconic Zsolnay tiling to create an exotic home for the zoo’s elephants. ”
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