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Written by John Reality, Cambodia, February 2012
Including rail bridges, Budapest boasts a total of 10 structures spanning the historic stretch of the River Danube
Whether you take an organized tour, rent a bicycle (easy to do), rent a
car, or ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, July 2012
The many beautiful bridges that span the Danube
(a total of 10) are best toured by bike, as is much of the rest of the
city. Luckily, there are a number of reputable operations geared up to ...
Written by Budapest Expert: Marta, Hungary, July 2011
Budapest, the capital of Hungary is a city with a population of 2 million which definitely means there are a lot to see and do there. Most tourists however, come only for 3-4 days, which is just ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, November 2011
Classical music is widely and expertly presented throughout Europe, but there are few better places than Budapest for indulging in some diverting and inspiring concerts. Travelers new to the city ...
Orient yourself with a walking tour of Budapest, Hungary’s capital and a city cleft in half by the mighty River Danube. Start in Pest, the left-bank city of wide boulevards and Jugendstil ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, October 2011
Like many other cities in the region, the capital of Hungary
is decidedly lacking in air-conditioning (for shame!). The following
suggestions may help visitors beat the heat or simply enjoy the ...
Sprawled across the River Danube, the two halves of Budapest look fetching in winter under a coating of snow, but temperatures drop well below freezing so wrap up warm. But there is plenty to do and ...
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