The Rough Guide to Budapest
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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Gellerthegy Taban and the Vizivaros
6buda Romai Furdo and Margit sziget
The Terezbetvaros and Ferencvaros
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Coffee houses and patisseries
Glossary of Hungarian terms
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