It all depends on the preferences of the traveler and the nature of the trip. I would say, however, that it is a city ideal for budget travel. It has countless hotels, and accommodation is not going to be a problem. You only need to choose if you prefer Buda or Pest. If you are in doubt and don’t know which side of the Danube to choose, take a look here.
After four incredible days in Budapest, with sun and rain, and even though I was left without a suitcase for a day, I can attest that I have left a piece of me there. I can’t say I became ecstatic (because when I do get ecstatic I like to visit the same place again and again), but I was impressed by the amazing views of the city. I am still not certain if I would visit again, though; I think that four days were enough, and I do indeed feel that I’ve experienced Budapest in depth. So I’ve prepared a list of ten things you must see, experience, taste, and enjoy in Budapest.
This is a list of countless hops, so I need you to be fit & ready.
10 Things to do in Budapest
Honestly, when it comes to food in Budapest I don’t have much to say. I didn’t particularly enjoy it and the truth is that the culinary character is missing from the city. There is, of course, the classic goulash soup and various other dishes based on paprika, but it’s easier to find burgers and foreign delicacies than local ones. That’s why I’m suggesting you definitely try Tokyo Sushi. It’s two minutes from Chain Bridge and, when you visit, do order Tokyo Cheese. You won’t regret it.
Plus one more thing:
Have you ever been to Budapest?
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**Translation from Greek to English: Maria Coveou
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