Budapest City Breaks - Tullys Travel

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  • Duration (nights):
    7
    • Adults:
      16+ years
    • Teenagers:
      12-15 years
    • Children:
      2-11 years
    • Infants:
      0-23 months

Budapest holds the title "City of Spas" since the year 1934, as it has more thermal and medicinal water springs than any other capital city in the world. There are 118 springs in Budapest, providing over 70 million liters of thermal water a day. The temperature of the waters is between 21 and 78 Celsius.  Today, there are 15 public thermal baths in Budapest, not counting the private thermal spas established in some luxury hotels.

Budapest is the 10th largest city in the European Union. The city is bisected by the River Danube, the 19th century chain bridge connects the hilly Buda district with the flat Pest.The view of the Danube embankments, the Buda Castle district, Andrássy út and Heroe's Square and the Millenium Underground Railway are listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites.

The City Park - Pest is the biggest public park and cultural centre in Budapest.  Many exceptional buildings are located in Budpest - Buda Castle, Castle Vajdahunyad, Fisherman's bastion, House of Terror Museum, Museum of Arts, and Hungarian Museum of Sciences to name but a few.

It's easy to see the city by foot but if it's too much for you, hop on the metro.

Budapest is famous for its excellent food, as traditional Hungarian cuisine is among the best and richest in Europe. Traditional Hungarian restaurants offer tasty food, often accompanied by traditional Gipsy musicians, who come to your table to play Hungarian tunes directly into your ear.

It is a common misconception that Hungarian food is all goulash (Gulyás) and spicy paprika meals.Hungarian food has an unmistakable character, often rich with sour cream, onions, eggs, butter, fresh produce and wine. Vegetarian cuisine, however, is not the strength of Hungarian cooking.

These days every type of cuisine is available in Budapest, so there is a great selection of Italian, French, Chinese and even Mongolian restaurants in the city.

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