One of my all time favourite cities, and probably the most underrated, in Europe is Budapest. Not only is it stupidly cheap, friendly and exciting, it is also an absolutely beauty to wander around. With the two sides of the hilly affluent Buda, the flat cosmopolitan Pest and the majestic Danube river flowing in between them you’ll have plenty to keep you occupied and intrigued when you pay a visit. It is also a city which is steeped in colourful history and culture, so there’s definitely more to it than meets the eye.
As it can be a bit overwhelming to choose what to do on a city break to the capital of Hungary, here is your Budapest Bucket List to ensure you experience some of the highlights.
Hungarian is notoriously one of the most difficult languages for foreigners to learn. But there are a few phrases which may help as you’re wandering around;
Hello = Szia (see ya)
How are you? = Hogy Vagy (Hoj Vaj)
Please = Kerem (ke-rem)
Thank you = Kozi...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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