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See + Do 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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See + Do 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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See + Do 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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See + Do 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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See + Do 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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See + Do Ecseri Flea Market, Budapest

This great example of the genre, not too picked over by eBay sellers and filled with buckets of Communist memorabilia, is the largest flea market in Europe... more

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See + Do Castle Hill, Budapest

The funicular from Clark Ádam tér is the nicest way to approach the romantic, scenic, and egregiously misnamed Castle Hill. There is no castle.... more

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See + Do Budapest History Museum (Budapesti Történeti Múzeum), Budapest

This somewhat dingy museum at the top of Castle Hill dedicated to the history of Budapest in all its manifestations, sounds like a boring slog, but it's... more

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Eating Menza, Budapest

Menza is partly a gag, taking its name and decor from the Communist-era cafeterias that once dotted the city. But it also serves excellent simple cooking at... more

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Eating Kádár, Budapest

Only open for lunch, this mom-and-pop shop is run by a Marlon Brando look-alike whose recommendations are not to be taken lightly—not so much because... more

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Eating Gundel, Budapest

Maybe you're embarrassed to obey your swanky hotel's concierge and heed the advice of every guidebook ever written, but in the case of Gundel: Get over it. Just... more

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Eating Café Kör, Budapest

Kör is one of the perennial best in town, thanks to chef Ádám Répás, who uses seasonal ingredients and bases his menus on... more

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Café Central
Eating Café Central, Budapest

Originally opened in 1887, Café Central quickly became the center of the city's intellectual life, spawning important periodicals and literary movements,... more

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Eating Buena Vista Café, Budapest

A mover and shaker in the Liszt Ferenc tér scene, this three-level place, with a huge terrace of canvas chairs in summer, has a fabulous Danish... more

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Eating Baraka, Budapest

Widely considered to be one of the best kitchens anywhere east of the old Iron Curtain, Baraka has only gotten better since moving in spring 2006 from a beloved... more

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