In between the Buda Hills that carries the atmosphere, and the central market in Pest, the Danube runs through - it's a metropolis of thermal baths, diverse architecture, trendy bars, and affordable markets
Premium Apartment House is a newly built servied apartment building located just a short walk from the world famous Heroes square, in a quiet green area, that offers comfortable and fully equipped units to make you feel like home, perfec...
When embarking on the nomad lifestyle, staying healthy is essential to get the most out of your travels. There will be so many new experiences that you might forget the most important rule: Pay your toll now, so you don't have to pay it later.
Getting around in Budapest is just like any other european city, with their extensive public transporation network that's convenient and easy to use, beside walking, you can purchase fixed one-way tickets to the metro, tram, bus or boat and get to most popular sights in the city.
Budapest is know for their delecious pork, beef and veal specialities, often mixed with a mild paprika in a stew or soup. When it comes to tipping, you should atleast tip 10%, and 15% if exceptional service have been provided, however most places will add a 12.5% gratitude to the bill by default. So, you don't need to leave anything extra.