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Széchenyi Lánchíd (Chain Bridge), Budapest

The first permanent bridge across the Danube, unveiled in 1849, this city icon was designed by Englishman William Tierney Clark and Scottish engineer Adam Clark...more

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Statue Park (Szobor Park), Budapest

Just after the fall of communism, some genius rounded up all the giant-scale (and we do mean large) statues of Lenin, Marx, and Engels and set them up as a...more

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Rock Hospital (Sziklakórház)

Located deep under Castle Hill in Buda, the Rock Hospital museum offers a glimpse deep into Budapest's World War II and Cold War past. Formed out of older,...more

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Museum of Fine Arts (Szépmüvészeti Múzeum), Budapest

This large museum, located right where Andrássy hits City Park (Városliget), picks up where the Hungarian National Gallery leaves off. It houses...more

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Írók Boltja, Budapest

Missing Barnes & Noble? (Actually, there is one here, but never mind.) Pining for your book group? Here, on the site of a famous literary café, is...more

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Hungarian National Gallery (Magyar Nemzeti Galéria), Budapest

This art collection is the raison d'être for several sections of the Royal Palace located at the top of Castle Hill. Beginning with domestic sculptures...more

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Hungarian Grand Prix, Mogyoród

Often mundane and occasionally outstanding, after 20 years the Budapest Grand Prix remains the most significant motor-sport event in the region. It's held every...more

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House of Terror Museum (Terror Háza Múzeum), Budapest

By no means appreciated by all when it opened, partly due to the word "TERROR" writ huge on the building's facade, this museum sets out to expose the ways and...more

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Gellért Baths and Spa, Budapest

The quintessential city spa is fed by Gellért Hill's mineral hot springs, flush with calcium, magnesium, hydrocarbonate, alkali, chloride, sulfate, and...more

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Franz Liszt Academy (Liszt Ferenc Zenemüvészeti Egyetem), Budapest

Fronted by a vast statue of Liszt overlooking a pedestrian street filled with café tables, this remarkable Art Nouveau building anchors Liszt Ferenc...more

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