Originally existing as the two cities of Buda and Pest, separated by the mighty Danube River, the Hungarian capital has developed into a vivacious metropolis. A city where romance and history are beautifully complemented by modern architectural additions to the area, and is the perfect destination for a weekend of sightseeing or checking out the local ruin bars.
Visit the imposing 13th century Buda Castle, explore the museums along Andrassy Avenue, relax in one of the popular thermal spas that abound the city and tuck into delicious cakes at the majestic Alexandra Bookstore Café. With such a keen eye on combining historical elements with modern city life, some of the Budapest's most interesting architectural properties have been converted into pubs and bars. With many different versions offering a different speed of nightlife, you'll be sure to find one that suits you, from the very first one established Szimpla Kert, to the ramshackle garden bar Racskert. And with all that, you’ve only really scratched the surface of amazing things to do, see and taste in breath-taking Budapest.
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