Discover the beauty of Budapest
Want to see where the iconic Buda and Pest collide? Check out the indescribable ruin bars, go on an abandoned jewish cemetery tour and visit the shoes on the Danube bank in this lively, young, city! When you’re done, check out the Szechenyi Baths: the perfect place to relax after a long day on your feet in Budapest.
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