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Budapest Expert: Marta

Budapest Expert: Marta

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Marta is a licensed English-speaking tour guide in Budapest, who loves to show her beloved city's history, architecture, legends, culture, past way of life in the past and present atmosphere. An experienced Viator private guide , Maria offer River Danube boat trips to minivan excursions around Hungary. Learn more about Private Tours with Marta.

Jul132011

Travel Recommendation

Budapest Step by Step

Budapest

My Recommendation Tip

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 enough to see the main sights of Budapest.

Jun102011

Travel Recommendation

All the World’s a Festival

Budapest

My Recommendation Tip

Hungary has recently become a country of festivals. Hundreds of them are organised year by year in a lot of topics, but practically in two categories: cultural and gastronomy festivals (or the two mixed). Many of the cultural fests offer a great opportunity to get involved with a branch of arts or music either you are an expert or a “beginner”. Some of them even targeted a wide audience, providing a great variety of programmes (concerts, theatrical shows, exhibitions, readers’ meetings, etc) of high quality, using a huge budget.

Feb212011

Travel Recommendation

Farewell Winter, Here Comes Spring - The End of Winter in Budapest

Budapest

My Recommendation Tip

February is the shortest month of the year, and yet, it often seems that it would never last. The feasts of December are over by now, you have long forgotten about your New Year’s wows, the snow that remained on the sides of the streets is dirty and hard, it has nothing to do with the miraculous soft first snowdrops of December. You are longing for spring, and it even shows up sometimes: in the afternoon sunshine that touches the Danube and clears away the fog from above the Castle, in the smell of the soil in the City Park that has started to melt, in the first sunrays of the early mornings while travelling on the yellow tram to work, when you realise it’s not dark any more…

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