Travel - Budapest, drinking Tokay and thermal waters
Budapest has been long known for its undisputed beauty and romantic charm. It lands on our list, obviously for its architecture, the famous and unique public bath experience, the good pot of hot goulash soup, sticky and delicious glass of Tokay, but also for District 8 - the modern soul of the city.
Józsefváros is a part of the town where you could easily spend days and still keep finding things to do. Historically is the district of palaces, so there is no shortage of sites to visit - the amazing Szabó Ervin library, campuses of six universities, Rakoczi Market, Fiumei Road garden cemetery... and obviously the neighbouring Jewish quarter. District 8 gives you vibrant modern cafes serving great coffee and fantastic food as well.
When it comes to the hotels, Budapest has it all, from the finest luxury stays (Kempinski, Fours Seasons, Corinthia) , through small and quirky (Mystery Hotel, Aria, Baltazar) and many small family owned B&B’s as well as obviously amazing offer on Air B’n’B.
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