These traditional baths attract many curious visitors. As custom has it, there are separate bathing days for men (Tuesdays, ... More
These traditional baths attract many curious visitors. As custom has it, there are separate bathing days for men (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays) and women (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays). Built by the Ottoman Turks, the famous cupola bath is still visible and in use. This bath is hot and very steamy, attracting a large crowd of old-timer regulars. There are four pools in total, with heat going from a bearable 28 degrees centigrade up to a tenderising 38 degrees centigrade. These baths are one of Budapest's treasures.
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. ...
This museum's architecture alone warrants a stop, but it also played a major role in Hungary's history; Petofi recited his
famous 'national song' from the steps here in 1848; there is a plaque to commemorate this famous event. The ...
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 ...