Saturday, July 2, 2011

5 Cheap Places to Visit in Budapest

the Hungarian capital is one of the most sophisticated and entertaining cities in Europe. It is filled with attractions, parks, museums filled with treasures of all kinds, romantic boat sailing scenic Danube, Turkish baths and an awesome nightlife lasting until dawn most nights.

Perhaps it is no longer considered a bargain-basement destination for tourists a few years ago, but it's still cheaper than in most European countries. If you decide to spend the night in private rooms, and even do some couch surfing, eating at great restaurants and public transportation, you should get for 30 euros a day. Here are some cheap sites help you save a euro here and there:

1.Budapest Zoo

It `s considered one of the oldest zoo in the world with a collection of over 3,700 amazing animals. It is located near the Square of heroes and it is open daily from 9 am. Try to arrive early at the zoo because it was huge and it can take all day to see the most. Forget the zoo 'restaurant, get some bagels and water from vending machines and start your route.

2 Széchenyi Thermal Bath

Széchenyi Thermal Bath is one of the biggest spa centers in Europe. It is located in the town park, across from the zoo. It has 15 swimming and thermal pools (12 internal, 3 external) with temperatures between 20 and 40 ° C. In summer it is open every day from 6:00 to 22:00. There is a money-back system where you buy your ticket, then get back some of the money, depending on how much time you spend.

3 Castle Vajdahunyad

Vajdahunyad Castle is a replica of the castle in Transylvania, Romania, which is also called Vajdahunyad. It was originally made ​​of wood and cardboard for the millennial celebrations in 1896, but became so popular that it is rebuilt again in stone and brick. It is located in the city park behind the square heroes and across the park from the Széchenyi thermal baths.

4 Budapest Caves

Did you know that Budapest is one of the few cities in the world where more than 200 caves can be found below? They are filled with mysterious exhibition, dark passages and beautiful formations. During the 2nd World War II, he served as a shelter cave. Three of the most impressive caves that are open to the public located in the Buda Hills. If you have time, be sure to visit the cave.

5 Fisherman's Bastion

If you `re looking for medieval wonders sure to check out Fisherman's Bastion. It is easily seen, and it's located in the castle district on the Buda side. It costs only $ 2 to the top of the tower and shoot some photos of the platform and you can explore the rest of the castle for free. It `s worth a visit, especially at night when it offers a breathtaking view over the Danube.


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