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After a lot of pacing the streets in Day 1 and Day 2, here we start with a coffee at one of Budapest’s most luxurious coffee houses, followed by a spot of shopping, taking in everything from designer boutiques, folk art shops, and food markets.… Read the rest here →

 

After a hard day of major sightseeing on Day 1, take the plunge and relax in one of Budapest’s world-renowned thermal baths, while still admiring its architectural beauty, then get out and about again to uncover some of the unique buildings that reflect the country’s varied and troubled past.… Read the rest here →

 

Here, we are taking you on an action-packed tour that will leave you in awe of Budapest’s architectural magnificence and magnitude. Particularly noteworthy is the architecture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, when Hungary had finally found peace and prosperity.… Read the rest here →

Most foreign states have an embassy or a consulate in Budapest, Hungary. Those countries that don’t mostly maintain representations in nearby Vienna or
in Berlin.

 

Embassy of the Republic of Albania
Address: H-1062 Budapest, Andrássy út 132. 2/3.
Telephone/fax: 00 36 1 336-1098
E-mail: embassy.budapest@mfa.gov.al

Embassy of the Republic of Austria
Address: H-1068 Budapest, Benczúr u.… Read the rest here →

Budapest taxis fall into two general categories: legitimate and not. All legal, licenced taxis must have yellow car colour. The fare to be paid at the destination consists of three basic parts: the base fee; the kilometer distance fare; and the waiting tariff, which is used if the taxi has had to stop or has to travel slower than 15 km/h (9 mph) in traffic.… Read the rest here →