Hungary

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Lonely Planet, 2003 - Travel - 384 pages
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From beautiful Budapest to the rolling Great Plain, a passion for thermal baths to a bourgeoning wine industry, Hungary offers a rich culture and fascinating history. Explore it all with this essential companion. Coverage of the best restaurants and bars, plus a special section on Hungarian wine. Accommodation options for every budget and every taste, from camping at Lake Balaton to five-star luxury in the capital. Detailed historical notes for delving deep into the past. User-friendly section to the Magyar language. 81 maps, plus pratical information on planes, trains and automobiles to help you get about.
  

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Hungary's treasures unfold in this exceptionally well-organized and well-written guide. Regional highlights, transport information, and great maps augment historical background. Lodging picks range from hostels to the baroque Esterh zy Palace. Read full review

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Fallon graduated from Georgetown University with a BS in modern languages. He taught English at the University of Silesia in Poland. He has a Master's degree in journalism.

Bedford was born in New Zealand and gave up a career in accounting to experience the life of a traveller.

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