Being a city cut in two by the Danube, it's only natural that there are quite a few options when it comes to taking a ... More
Being a city cut in two by the Danube, it's only natural that there are quite a few options when it comes to taking a boat trip. In fact you can go to Vienna or Bratislava by hydrofoil, or a little closer to home, to Szentendre or Visegrad. You can also just see the city, not really going anywhere. To Szentendre: boats leave from Vigado ter starting April 1, at 9am. These boats are getting increasingly overcrowded, so arrive early to get a seat. To Visegrad: boats leave at 8am and 9am. To Bratislava and Vienna: boats leave from Belgrad rakpart at 9am in April and 8am from May 1 (tel: +36 1 318 1743). Along the river: from Boraros ter, Thu-Sun, 9am, 11:40 am, 12:40 pm and 3:20 pm (the trip takes about an hour).
This short metro line (marked in yellow on all the maps) was the first underground railway to be built in
continental Europe (London's was the first ever). It was built just below street level for the 1896 millennium celebrations. ...
A treasure trove of books, art and antiques await you at Budapest's Ernst Galeria. This gallery specializes in famous international
and Hungarian art. However, they also showcase works of Hungarian artists who have been side tracked or overshadowed. Come ...
The Danube Europe's most celebrated river runs majestically through the center of Budapest. The city has taken full advantage of
this and it now offers some of the finest panoramas to be found anywhere on the continent. Starting far ...