The Rough Guide to Budapest

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Rough Guides, 2002 - Travel - 296 pages
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This Rough Guide provides concise coverage of the sights and attractions of the fascinating city of Budapest, from the 500-year old Turkish baths to the Statue Park of Communist monuments and the Jewish quarter. It includes dozens of recommendations for cafes, bars and restaurants that are fashionable, intriguing or just great value for money, plus advice on which travel passes and city cards are worth buying to make the most of Budapest's excellent public transport system.
  

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User Review  - Catherine Woodman - Goodreads

This is a good seires of guides--I just found that in Eastern Europe there is not enough information about what to do places, and too much of how to get there Read full review

Contents

lnformation and maps
8
Varhegy
21
Gellerthegy Taban and the Vizivaros
42
6buda Romai Furdo and Margit sziget
58
Lipotvaros
83
The Terezbetvaros and Ferencvaros
94
H6soktere
114
i Further out
132
Coffee houses and patisseries
191
Gay Budapest
204
Sports
223
Kids Budapest
241
Content
242
Directory
262
History
271
Glossary of Hungarian terms
290

Listings
157
Restaurants
174

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2002)

Charles Herbert has served at Community College of Philadelphia since 1984, currently as Director of Technical Education. He has worked extensively as a professional programmer. Using his background in curriculum design, he is leading an NSF funded team exploring the use of virtual reality programming in community college computing courses.

Dan Richardson was born in England. Before joining Rough Guides, he worked as a sailor on the Red Sea and lived in Peru. Since then he has authored or co-authored guidebooks to St Petersburg, Moscow, Hungary, Budapest, Romania, Bulgaria and Egypt; lectured at the Foreign Office and been a volunteer aid worker in Albania. When not abroad, he lives in London.

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