This is Budapest's latest landmark: it's eight meters high and doesn't actually tell the time. Instead, it is to ... More
This is Budapest's latest landmark: it's eight meters high and doesn't actually tell the time. Instead, it is to be ceremonially turned over each New Year (at midnight of course) and the large amount of sand inside will then flow down, symbolising the relentless passing of time. It's a great idea for a new and interesting New Year tradition.
This bookshop is rather small but nonetheless contains a good variety of quality British fiction. This is also the place
to go if you're planning to continue travelling, it stocks Lonely Planet, Rough Guides, Time Out, Everyman and other ...
The 'Little Princess' sits on a tram railing near Vigado ter. She wears a jester's hat and has a pensive
look. Her knees have been rubbed golden by constant touching and she is (deservedly) in thousands of tourist photos ...
This accredited youth hostel is located in the city centre. There is no curfew and it offers a fully equipped
kitchen. Hot showers are available at all times, and the staff can organize excursions in and around Budapest. The ...
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