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Andrássy Avenue
Attractions

Andrássy Avenue

Andrássy Avenue is one of the main attractions of Budapest, the arterial road of Terézváros, and also the most polished avenue in Budapest. It is our “Champs-Élysées”, a boulevard full of high-end

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money and planner
Planning

Money and costs in Budapest

Money in Budapest Hungary’s currency is the Hungarian forint (Ft/HUF). Notes come in six denominations: 500Ft, 1000Ft, 2000Ft, 5000Ft, 10,000Ft and 20,000Ft. There are coins of 5Ft, 10Ft, 20Ft, 50Ft, 100Ft and

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House of parliament
Attractions

Hungarian House of Parliament

The House of Parliament is the building of the law-making body of Hungary, one of the main attractions in Budapest and also a World Heritage site since 2011. It is one of

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Danube promenade Budapest
Attractions

Danube Promenade

The Danube Promenade (Dunakorzó) stretches between the Elizabeth Bridge and the Chain Bridge in Pest along the banks of the Danube. Back in the 19th century the Promenade was home to several

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Saint Stephen's Basilica
Attractions

St. Stephen’s Basilica

St. Stephen’s Basilica is the largest Catholic church in Budapest was named after St. Stephen, the founding king of Hungary. Today, it is one of the main attractions of Budapest, visited by

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Jewish Quarter Kőleves garden
Places to stay

Best Hostels in Budapest

Share on facebook Facebook Share on pinterest Pinterest Share on email Email This post is mainly for the young (at heart), for those who love to party, be social and are on

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Deák Ferenc street
Places to stay

Budapest Accommodations by Budget

Check out the list of recommended Budapest accommodations by budget to find the perfect place for your wallet! Choosing the right accommodation can really make or break your holiday. Budget is often

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budapest on budget
Planning

How to do Budapest on a Budget

Budapest is extremely beautiful even if all you can afford is to walk the streets and admire the architecture, the breathtaking Danube River and the many public statues. Budapest has just been

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