Exploring Budapest on a Bike

Hungary, Budapest Guide (B): Exploring Budapest on a Bike

Budapest. A youthful city, known for the incredible music which it creates and the incredibly unique and interesting atmosphere which lines each and every street; from centre to countryside. Known as the “Paris of the East”, just 24 hours in this city will show you why.

So, in yet another less-than-usual way to explore a city, we decided that it was time to hop back up on two wheels and explore Budapest by bike. We have done Berlin by Bike and Vienna on two wheels in the past, so if you followed either of those two guides, then you know that you’re in for an adventure here.

There’s no slow walking or standing around twiddling our fingers. This is our guide to exploring Budapest on a Bike, and we’re going to make sure we get the most done which we possibly can.

Let’s start at one of the city’s most recognizable structure and its political centre. The National Parliament Building in Budapest is actually the largest in Europe and is similar to the one located in England. It features the same iconic tower (akin to Big Ben), and a similar architectural style. However, you will notice that it’s a bit lighter than its UK counterpart. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Exploring Budapest on a Bike
Guide Location: Hungary » Budapest
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: The Hungarian Parliament   Buda Castle   Fisherman’s Bastion   Chain Bridge   State Opera House   Budapest Varosliget   Vajdahunyad Castle   The Central Market Hall   Szimpla Kert  
Author: Cezary Krol
Read it on author's website: https://etramping.com/budapest-on-a-bike/

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