by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Art Nouveau coffeehouses
Make like a local and head for an Art Nouveau coffeehouse.
Buda Castle District
Art-lovers should head for the hills of this district.
Drink Hungarian wine
Budapest is brimming with high-end wine bars.
Relax into your mineral bath beneath great Roman columns.
Stroll the Danube waterfront and hear live gypsy music.
House of Terror
Time to bone up on Hungary’s recent history.
Margitsziget (Margaret’s Island)
Provides Budapest with an answer to Central Park.
Széchenyi Chain Bridge
Budapest's earliest bridge remains most inspiring.
Tram Number 2
Take a scenic tour of the Danube on Tram Number 2.
Vásárcsarnok (Central Market)
This structure blends elegance with culinary experiences.
FEATURED // Tram Number 2
FEATURED // Halászbástya Étterem (Fisherman’s Bastion Restaurant)
FEATURED // Pesti Disznó
FEATURED // WAMP Design Market
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