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Budapest : se déplacer

“The Hungarian National Museum is split over 3 floors and introduces Hungarian history from the Iron Age all the way through to 1990. The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions. Its park is very nice and you can take a rest on their huge benches just in front of the museum (on the stairs). ”
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“Spread atop Castle Hill, the Castle District is a key Budapest attraction and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Easily reached by the funicular from Clark Ádám tér on the Buda side of Chain Bridge, the Castle District permanently attracts gaggles of tourists, who mill around the focal square of Szentháromság tér and the two most popular sights of Matthias Church and Fishermen’s Bastion.”
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Historic Site
“- Hike up Gellert Hill to the Citadel, a former stronghold that was built after the Revolution of 1848/49. Paved paths and steps thread up to the top where the Hungarian Statue of Liberty, the 45-foot-high statue of a woman holding a palm leaf, commemorates the country's liberation from Fascist rule. The path is steep but if you want an aerobic workout, it's a very brisk 20-minute walk to the summit. On the way are benches, including one set in an alcove that's a retreat for lovers. The views from the top are some of the city's best - you'll see all bridges that span the Danube, as well as the Basilica, Margaret Island, Kopaszi Dyke and St. Matthias Church.”
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“The Széchenyi Chain Bridge is a suspension bridge that spans the River Danube between Buda and Pest. ”
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“Hősök tere est une vaste place monumentale située en haut d'Andrássy út. La place et Andrássy út ont été inscrits au patrimoine. Remonté andrassy a pied jusqu'à la place.”
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Athlétisme et sports
“In this street you can find the bigger designer shops like Louis Vuitton, Gucci”
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“Great hungarian style food. The owner is also the running the factory of TISZA cipö, the hungarian shoe brand. Search for Tisza cipö and you can buy and take a pair of original hungarians with you home!”
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“Great for an afternoon snack - tea or coffee with some cake. Rest up while you admire the renaissance art on the ceilings:) ”
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“I am recommending this spot only because it is quite an important party scene in Budapest with plenty of bars, restaurants and night clubs. However it is also very touristy so am trying to avoid it most of the time myself. But you can have a beer here just to taste the atmosphere - and if you like it, go for it!”
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Postal Code
“Huge public transport spot with metros, trams and buses. You can go to the airport from here by the 100E bus!”
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Point of Interest
“Major place in Budapest. You’ll also find the National Gallery! It’s not really useful to visit the castle because there is not so much to see. ”
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Club Discothèque
“Another ruin bar / club, basically grew into Fogas but a separate entity, also open till morning.”
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“ Roam the streets of the Castle Hill: Budapest’s charming medieval Old Town is usually swarming with tourists, but if you go up here a little before sunset, after visitors have returned to the Pest side, you should have the Buda Castle, the Matthias Church, the Fisherman's Bastion, and the winding historic streets mostly to yourself. Read this step-by-step guide to get the most out of the Castle Hill.”
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Hot Spring
“Rudas Bath or Rudas fürdő is a thermal and medicinal bath in Budapest, Hungary. It was first built in 1550, during the time of Ottoman rule. To date, it retains many of the key elements of a Turkish bath, exemplified by its Turkish dome and octagonal pool. It is located at Döbrentei tér 9 on the Buda side of Erzsébet Bridge”
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“Vajdahunyad Castle was built in Városliget in 1908. Basing his design on the classic Transylvanian Gothic model, Ignác Alpár created it for the millennial celebrations of 1896 with the goal of embodying 1,000 years of Hungarian architecture. Originally, it was a temporary construction of wood, but it was so popular that it was recreated in stone and brick by 1908. The castle today is home to the Museum of Agriculture. The building stands on an artificial island in the Városliget Lake and is accessible via four bridges. The statue of medieval chronicler Anonymous sits in its interior courtyard.”
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Restaurant juif
“Hip place, stunning atmosphere with an urban garden and an open kitchen. In the summer they have concerts and open the back area up-can get very popping'! Can eat here for dinner earlier. The place is always full, so if you go there be lucky or make a reservation before.”
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