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Budapest City Park (Varosliget)

Városliget is the largest of Budapest’s public parks, a vast expanse of 302 acres (1.2 km²) of public space with its main entrance at the monumental UNESCO-listed Heroes’ Square (Hosok Tér). It was originally an area of rural swamp but was ... 

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Wayne B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
October 2015

Terrific fun in an old world spa, taking the waters, in many different baths of varying temperatures. The steam baths went up to 80 degrees C!!!!!!!!!!!!! Had the massage too. Don't miss the city park where the baths are and plan on taking the whole day.

Doing what: Private Entrance to Széchenyi Spa in Budapest with Optional Massage

Annette L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
July 2013

Zsuzsi was the best! We covered an amazing amount of territory in a day. Her knowledge of the city made it highly informative. Lunch in the city park was a highlight. In spite of a terrible cold Zsuzsi gave us an amazing experience. The cycling was pretty easy except for the trip up the hill. Great!

Doing what: Budapest Sightseeing Tour by Bike with Lunch

Dubi Hungary

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
June 2013

Quite possibly one of the best bike tours I have been in a long time. It wasn't for the scenery but that was helping immensely, it was mostly the tour guide biker I had, Laszlo, who had a very funny, interesting and entertaining stories to tell about the history of Budapest and the people that lived in it. We started out on our way to Heroes Square and then to the city park and then to the Szechenyi Baths. Along the way, Laci was telling me various tales and tid-bits about the inhabitants of the city. My personal favorite was while we were at Heroes Square, he told us of the tale and the origins of the Hungarian people with its funny tid-bits. We passed by the City Zoo and also Terror Haza, which he shared his perspective of it during the communist period. Next we went for a light snake and rest from the biking with some spectacular Hungarian pastries. My personal favorite was the poppy seed strudel, which was quite delicious. During the meal, Laci went on about his theories about the origins of the Hungarian people and he shared with us a folks tale music with his flute!! So for the next ten minutes, he was playing a delicate song that has its origins from the first Hungarians that arrived to Europe from the east. It was a sad song but it trully humbled us. Being it was extremely hot outside, the cool wine cellar downstairs helped with the room temperature and making us quite comfortable. We next ventured to the Jewish Synagogue and also the Bazilika Church where he shared with us his stories again of the Hungarian people. The stories weren't controversial nor slanderous but just very interesting when one puts the various hypothesis together. There was comical stories about various people that lived in Budapest and their experiences and that was quite a laugh. The bike ride to the castle on the Buda side was fascinating and it was at a leisurely pace. All in all, I was just wanting to kill some time but this was quite possibly the greatest way to see BUDAPEST!

Doing what: Budapest Bike Tour

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