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City Park (Varosliget) used to be an area of marshland which served as a royal hunting ground, but in the 19th century it was changed
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Bringohinto - Pedal Carriage, a fun way to tour Margaret Island, an ever favorite place of tourists. This special kind of bicycle can be rented on the Danube Island, close
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The Cog Railway, Budapest, transports residents, hikers and tourists from Varosmajor (district, close to Moszkva Square) to the heart of the Buda Hills. The line is 3,7 km long,
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Chair-lift transports hikers and tourists in a popular green area of the Buda Hills, from Zugliget to János-hegy. The line runs up the hill, with a 262m horizontal level
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City Hotel Matyas was the first member of the City Hotel chain. The hotel - established above the famed Matyas Cellar Restaurant - is located in the centre of Budapest
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For Couples seeking a serene destination for a romantic walk, and for Families with children seeking half-raw nature for having fun and for an energy letout, the Buda Hills are
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This was the first street in Budapest to be pedestrianized, but it was one of the best places for shopping long before this change. The street was formed in
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If anywhere, the city centre starts here on Vörösmarty Square. Váci Street, the pedestrian main street of downtown Budapest, sets out from here and the square holds the two
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Margaret island got it's name from St. Margaret, daughter of Béla IV, who was living on the island in a nunnery, which ruins are still there. Today it's Budapest's greatest
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Budapest offers an excellent network of trolley buses, trams, buses, metro lines and overland HÉV (suburb) trains. Tickets can be purchased at major stops, stations, ticket machines and kiosks.
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Árkád, 10th district, Örs Vezér tere 25. Phone number: +36-1-434-8200. Espirit, Nike, Mexx, Humanic, MediaMarkt and Salamander - over 170 retailers. Duna Plaza, 13th district, Váci út 178. Phone
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