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Hidden Gems

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Lukacs Confectionery and Coffee House Lukacs Confectionery and Coffee House – perfect cakes, and perfect English tea a lot less known than Cafe Gerbeaud on Vorosmarty square, Lukacs Confectionery is on the picturesque Andrassy Avenue, close to the famous House of Terror museum. The confectionery is mostly visited by locals and expats, it is a Read More

Dining in Budapest

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Café Kör This downtown restaurant is a neighborhood institution famed for its prewar Budapest ambience. In keeping with the bourgeois tastes of the period, the interior boasts a Persian-carpeted dining room and curvy Thonet Bentwood chairs. For a truly local experience, visit at lunchtime, when businesspeople from the nearby financial district flock for cold fruit Read More

First Visit to Budapest?

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The Chain Bridge The first permanent bridge to connect Buda and Pest, the Chain Bridge is known for its historical significance and beautiful architecture. A footpath allows pedestrians to walk across the suspension bridge, enjoying views over the Danube, while stone lions at either end are one of the monument’s defining features. It’s worth noting

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