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“St Stephen’s Basilica of Budapest is one of the most beautiful and significant churches and touristic attractions of the country. This is partly due to its historical heritage, of being dedicated to the holy king St Stephen who was also the founder of the Hungarian state, and partly to the architectural and artistic value of the building itself. ”
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Cable Car
“Every day 7:30 - 22:00 (the cash-desk closes at 21:50) It runs continuously in every 5-10 minutes according to the passenger demand. The Funicular is closed on every Monday on odd weeks during the period of the maintenance works, unless these Mondays are on public holidays. In this case, maintenance work will be performed on the first working day after the bank holiday. Fares Single ticket HUF 1 200 Return ticket HUF 1 800 Single ticket for children age 3-14 HUF 700 Return ticket for children age 3-14 HUF 1 100 Free travel for children under the age of 3. Discounts for pensioners and other travel discounts are not available.”
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Cable Car
“Castle Hill Funicular: until 1928, the world's second funicular was the only means of public transport to the Palace in Buda Castle. The special railway has a 95-metre-long track and carries 24 passengers in each of its carriages.”
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Arrêt de bus
“This huge mall is only 3 stops away if you take bus nr 30. You can buy here food, clothes and everything, visit the cinema or restaurants, coffee shops. very typical mall, one of the biggest in the center of Budapest.”
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Bus Station
“Largest public transport hub in the city. Metro M1, M2 and M3 meet here. It's also within walking distance.”
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Arrêt de bus
“Andrassy street is the fashion street of the city, with exclusive boutiques, book stores, restaurants and coffees. If you just want walk along, its also a perfect spot for that, as the avenue end in the famous Heroes square and the city park!”
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Arrêt de bus
“The recently renewed and expanded Budapest zoo with collection of animals and plants from all around the world. It is more than a 100 years old, besides from it's natural beauty the architecture of the park is also really nice and historic.”
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“Boulangerie, salon de thé d’inspiration française : croissants, pains au chocolat, baguette, sandwichs, petits déjeuners sucrés et salés L au vend. : 07 :00-19 :00 S-D : 08 :00-18 :00 ”
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“Szemlő-hegyi Cave hides in the hillside above Kolosy Square, not far from Daubner Confectionery. The succulents, pisolite and gypsum crystals are regarded rather special, since these support the thermal water origin of the cave. Thanks to the air’s nearly 100% humidity and 12-Celsius degree, there are speleotherapy sessions held in the tunnels since 1990. The entrance area is now surrounded by a buffer zone, where hikers can enjoy slides, a jungle gym, benches and a geological study trail. The cave, renewed and party made accessible for disabled people in 2011, can be visited only within the frameworks of the hourly tours. Visitors can try the rope technique.”
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Station de métro
“International Railway Station, Metro station of the Blue (nr 3) line, the tram nr 4-6 and several buses.★19 MINUTES ON FOOT/ 9 MINUTES BY TRAM NR 4-6★ ”
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“The centerpiece of the bath today, the Turkish bath, was built during the 16th century in the period of the Turkish occupation. Below the 10 m diameter dome, sustained by 8 pillars, there is an octagonal pool. The swimming pool, operating as a therapeutic swimming facility and with a sauna, was built in 1896. The thermal bath has been visited from 1936 o­n exclusively by men. ”
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Bus Station
“This street is full of life: bars, clubs, restaurant, wineries, and everything you can ask for ”
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Bus Station
“This street is full of restaurants, cafes, and bars. If you love jazz music, IF Cafe is your place!”
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Train Station
“Metro 2 (to Deák Ferenc station direction) , Metro 4 (to the Buda side, Gellért hill and so) 20E bus to Heros square, and a lots of buses to all kinds of places and directions. :)”
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Arrêt de bus
“Delicious cakes and caffes in a beautifull enviorement with live music in the afternoons. It is a bit expensive but worth to go.”
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Arrêt de bus
“Free parking area next to the Heroes Square and that's only 2 metro station from the apartment.”
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