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    Szechenyi baths, Gellert hill at sunset, the huge park in the middle of the river, the famous and super old church on the hilly side of Budapest (can't remember its name right now). All are awesome, and besides the bath, they are free. almost 6 years ago

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    Shoes on the Danube is one of the most moving sites I've seen. Wonderful tribute & not to be missed. Wine cellar in Hilton for tasting, book reservation or stop in to just see (Budapest side).Take hop on/off bus....cheap & hits all stops. Love locks on bridge. Great city! almost 6 years ago

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    Find the major pedestrian street area for cheap food and entertainment. And you HAVE to try the goulash! The area is on the Pest side, close to the river. Also make sure to visit the old covered market and the baths. almost 6 years ago

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    We ate at BorLabor- good food and good selection of Hungarian wine.

    Also, at many places you can try Hortobágyi palacsinta- a delicious savory crepe like dish filled with meat and topped with a creamy paprika sauce. almost 6 years ago

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    Cafe bian or bien is a good place to eat near central region almost 6 years ago

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    Well besides the typical tourist attractions here is a top 10 list about the best things in Budapest during the Summer: http://tinyurl.com/k2e32zl

    About the "best" restaurants and foods here you can browse. http://tinyurl.com/k7f5m74 I can help more if you would give some details what's you wanna eat? Traditional Hungarian dishes or just good food on a budget price?

    Check out Bors Gastro Bistro at the Kazinczy Street, or El Rapido mexican buffet, they are cheap and good. over 4 years ago

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