eva hamori

eva hamori

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Hungary Nagykanizsa, Hungary


August 2011

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    Good places to eat in Budapest at reasonable pricetags?

    If I were a tourist I would go to where the Hungarian's eat! The Great Market Hall, or the Piac, located at the end of Liberty bridge, at the South end of Vaci Utca, upstairs is a row of food stalls, all cheap and all fresh daily, offering traditional Hungarian Cuisine. There is also a cafeteria style restaurant, and the food is good but it is expensive. I had cabbage rolls from a stall just last week, and a Langos, yummy, and for under 5 Euros all together! Now thats a deal! Happy Travels http://www.thatshamori.com/piac-the-great-market-hall/ My link with photos over 8 years ago

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    Best things in Budapest?

    Top Ten Places To Visit In Budapest Hungary Budapest is known as the little Paris of Eastern Europe, although it seems pretty central to me. Here are our family’s top picks for where to go and what to see during your trip. Tobacco Street Synagogue -Second biggest synagogue in the world Citypark -Public park, full of things to do Heroes’ Square -A tribute to the rich history of Hungary and the twelve Kings Museum of Fine Arts Palace of Art Baths Healing hot springs in the city park Margaret Island A beautiful public park, located on an Island between Buda and Pest Piac, The Great Market Hall Located at the Pest end of Chain Bridge is this indoor market Parliament Building Largest parliament in Europe Sait Stephen’s Cathedral Beautiful Cathedral close to the Danube River Vaci Utca, a walking street through town along the Danube Buda Castle Spectacular views of Pest and the Danube River Just Outside Budapest Lake Balaton Lake Gyomroi You will love Hungary as it is still in the top ten most reasonably priced places to travel in Europe. over 7 years ago

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    What not to miss, nontouristic suggestions? 2 days in budapest & first time visitors

    The best things to see during a short 2 day stay in Budapest would be along the Danube. The Big Market at the Pest end of the Liberty Bridge, offers a wide variety of foods to try, and souvenirs to buy. http://tinyurl.com/3vnkeqw Walk the Vaci Street, and check out the sites along there. While you are there, eat Paprikas Chicken with cucumber salad, and stop by the Yeg Buffet or the Szamos Cukraszda after to grab a slice of cake. http://tinyurl.com/3cqf8d6 The Buda Castle has amazing views of the parliament http://tinyurl.com/ckssjfm The Danube River winding through the city can been seen best from the stunning Castle on the Buda hill. http://tinyurl.com/6u5ftha And the Synagogue http://tinyurl.com/69vh9fg which deeply moved me is located in Pest, close to the walking streets. Then there is also Saint Stephens Church, worth the walk to have a coffee in the giant square, and people watch if you have time. The City Park, if the weather is nice, is a great location when travelling with kids. The circus, the zoo, and outdoor skating in the winter. If you get a chance to soak in the baths in the city park, do it. 2 days may be cutting it tight, but well worth the few hours to soak in the healing waters. http://tinyurl.com/439rjyk Happy adventures! almost 9 years ago