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Budapest Nightclubs
by johntynan in Travel
Due to the natural protection of Gellert Hill and the Danube River, Budapest, Hungary was an ideal spot in which to build a town, according to BudapestInfo.hu. The Chain Bridge over the Danube is one of the city's most recognizable symbols, and its 12 thermal bath complexes has resulted in the "City of Spas" nickname. Budapest is also home to a range of clubs featuring rock, jazz, blues and dance

Rail Travel in Budapest
by Stjepan in Travel
Budapest is the capital of Hungary and occupies both sides of the river Danube. Budapest offers a number of methods of transportation for residents and tourists. Rail travel in Budapest is extensive, offering tram, metro and train travel. Budapest's Tram NetworkTram running through Budapest, Hungary.Tram in Budapest image by Manolis Kritikos from Fotolia.comBudapest's Tram network is extensive

How to Travel Between Budapest & Vienna
by akr in Travel
There are many ways to travel between Budapest, Hungary, and Vienna. Public transportation, including buses and taxis, can take you between the two cities. Each city has a major airport with daily flights between the two and both are also reachable by Eurail (train). One additional, lesser known but interesting and affordable way to travel between the two cities from April to October is by Hydrofo

Vietnamese Restaurants in Budapest
by AtenRa in Travel
Budapest is the capital of Hungary and is located in the north-central part of the country. Tourists or area residents seeking traditional Vietnamese cuisine, including pho ga, red curry and Vietnamese spring rolls, have a number of tasty and affordable restaurants to choose from. Long Island Vietnámi Étterem, Ha Noi and Édenkert are located within the city limits and all offer auth

How to Travel Between Budapest & Prague
by AndyD2k in Travel
As just 345 miles separate these capital cities, it's not surprising that you would want to visit both Budapest, Hungary, and Prague, Czech Republic, on your trip to Eastern Europe. No matter where you plan to begin your journey, be it Budapest or Prague, you can employ a number of methods to travel between the two cities, including taking a train, plane, boat or bus. If money is not an issue, you

Danube Cruises in Budapest
by Jaleel in Travel
The Danube runs through the middle of the city of Budapest, Hungary's capital. Many of the city's important landmarks sit on the banks of the river, including the Parliament building and the Royal Palace. Cruises operate in the day and at night. Most cruises offer a meal for an additional fee. Evening cruises also frequently provide entertainment. Hungaria Koncert CruisesHungaria Koncert offers

Tours of Budapest and Prague
by ShifterMSK in Travel
Budapest and Prague's stunning architecture, lively nightlife, and rich history entice thousands of travelers each year. These European capitals are popular travel destinations and can both easily be experienced in one trip. There are an abundance of tours to choose from; whether you're looking for a budget, moderately priced, or luxury tour, there's one that will fit your needs. Note that the pri

How to Enjoy a Turkish Bath in Budapest
by mg. in Travel
One thing Budapest is best known for is its many thermal baths, also known as Turkish baths. Budapest became famous for these spas in the 1920s when people began to exploit the appeal of these thermal waters. These private spas provide an array of services from bathing in the buff in the rich mineral waters to deep tissue massages. If you are going to be in Budapest for a day or a week you should

How to Book Train Travel From Bratislava To Budapest
by sirjoekcb in Travel
Going from Bratislava to Budapest via train is an easy trip made even more enjoyable by fast trains and excellent service. Budapest is a busy transportation hub and more than 50 trains stop at this city daily.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Computer with Internet access for booking reservations
Valid credit card

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How to Book Train Travel From Budapest to Vienna
by gitano in Travel
Vienna is one of Europe's most popular tourist destinations. It is also the second-closest European capital to Budapest, located only 250 kilometers away. The most common way to get to Vienna from Hungary is by booking train travel.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Hungarian currency
Computer with internet access

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