If you can spend a few days in Budapest you should explore the Buda Hills or other places where you can see the city from above.
Near Western Railway Station there is a special place, Radisson Blu Béke Hotel, formerly known as the Hotel Britannia, first opened 105 years ago. Britannia is one of the few hotels that survived the historical storms and could function as a hotel and café since 1913.
The Fisherman's Bastion is a splendid lookout point commanding amazing views over the Danube and Pest.
Icemen were one of the most iconic figures of Budapest in the last century. Until the invention of the first electrical refrigerators they were walking down the streets, delivering ice.
Cemeteries are beautiful and important places in Budapest, visitors often come to see their gorgeous or interesting tombs.
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Once again, we ventured behind the Iron Curtain into Hungary. This trip was far more unnerving; we really got a taste of what Soviet life was like. We also visited Yugoslavia, which no longer exists.
Heviz is a very popular spa in Hungary. The Lake of Heviz is world-famous since this lake is the biggest thermal lake on the world that lies on a turf basin. Great place for some relaxation and for some medicinal bath!
The city of Budapest boasts with a number of works of art, buildings and memorial places related to the Hungarian Jewish population.
Tired of gorgeous architecture and exotic baths? Budapest has something else to offer. The excellent Budapest Zoo.