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Les millors activitats que pots fer a Budapest

Descobreix la ciutat segons els seus habitants. Troba les millors activitats i llocs per menjar, i gaudeix dels consells impagables de les persones que viuen aquí.

Capitol Building
“The Gothic outline of Parliament is one of Budapest’s most familiar landmarks, dominating an elegant curve of the Danube close to central Pest. This architectural masterpiece was designed by Imre Steindl to stand 96 metres tall, in line with the Hungarian millennial celebrations of 1896, when it was inaugurated. At the time, it presided over a nation that then extended as far as the Adriatic. Still part of the largest building in Hungary, many of its 691 rooms today remain unused though the ornamental grandeur of its 29 staircases, frescoes, half-a-million precious stones and 40 kilograms of gold continue to impress sightseers.”
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Pub
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“Ask pretty much anyone what they recommend you do in Budapest and they’ll likely suggest a night out at Szimpla Kert. The iconic party place is undoubtedly the city’s most famous nightspot, and has inspired wave after wave of “ruin pubs” that have popped up in the years since it opened. We sat down with one of the owners, Ábel Zsendovits, to talk about the role Szimpla has played in Budapest becoming one of Europe’s top tourist destinations, particularly among young people. While you might think he’s too busy running his Szimpla empire to have a lemonade with us, he was generous with his time. Location: H-1075 Budapest, Kazinczy u. 14 ”
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Spa
“Széchenyi Thermal Baths, in Budapest is one of the largest bath complexes in Europe with its 21 pools. Beside the healt and welness services, the entrance ticket includes the use of saunas, gymnastics and aquafitness.”
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Farmers Market
“Explore the Great Market Hall: Opened in 1897, this enormous brick-and-steel indoor market is usually teeming with tourists, but plenty of locals, too, come here to pick up fruits, vegetables, and charcuterie. Upstairs, amid vendors of knick-knacks and tchotchkes, you will find food stalls that serve lángos, Hungary's iconic flatbread topped with sour cream and cheese.”
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Synagogue
“Walk the “synagogue triangle” in the old Jewish Quarter: Before Hungary’s alliance with Nazi Germany and participation in the Holocaust, Budapest was home to a thriving community of more than 200,000 Jewish people. Jews had been integral to Budapest's commerce, arts, and sciences. Inside the old Jewish Quarter, you can still visit three dazzling synagogues near one another, including Europe’s largest in Dohány Street.”
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Barri
“It is a wonderful park to walk around and relax. Lake, ducks, restaurant, boats to rent. Really a value.”
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Església
“St. Stephen’s Basilica (‘Szent István Bazilika’ in Hungarian) is the largest church in Budapest. Planning and construction took 54 years. If you visit this landmark, don't miss the rooftop viewpoint!”
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Centre comercial
“Shopping Mall with over 400 shops next to Nyugati (Western Railw. Station) in the center. ”
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Island
“…what do they have in common? We mean Margit Island and the Városliget (literally translated as the City Park)? We are talking about the city’s largest green areas and children’s favorite places to spend time. Both locations offer opportunities to meet animals. The City Park is home to the Zoo, while Margit Island hosts its little brother the Wildlife Park. ”
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Plaza
“●Heroes’ Square ○The city’s biggest square, and probably one of the most iconic landmarks of Budapest. ”
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History Museum
“House of Terror is a museum located at Andrássy út 60 in Budapest, Hungary. It contains exhibits related to the fascist and communist regimes in 20th-century Hungary and is also a memorial to the victims of these regimes, including those detained, interrogated, tortured or killed in the building.”
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Coffee Shop
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“It offers both healt and wellness services, such as aroma and thermal massages, levander treatment, private bathing.”
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Zoo
“Budapest Zoo & Botanical Garden opened its gates in 1866, which makes it one of the oldest of its kind. As well as a menagerie, the zoo is also known for its architecture, the Art Nouveau buildings of the early 1900s designed by Károly Kós and others. Visit the Palm House for its tropical birds and wildlife from the Americas – but also to admire the design of Gyula Végh. Kornél Neuschloss brings together Indian and African elements with iconic Zsolnay tiling to create an exotic home for the zoo’s elephants. ”
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Mirador escènic
“A faux historic landmark in the Castle District, the ornate confection of the Fishermen’s Bastion (Halászbástya) was conceived to offset nearby Matthias Church rebuilt by the same architect, Frigyes Schulek. Using the remaining sections of the fortress that ran along this panoramic edge of Castle Hill, Schulek created an elegant walkway topped with seven cone-topped towers, symbolising the Magyar chieftains who settled in this part of the Carpathian Basin in the late 800s. Some 140 metres long, the bastion, named after the fishermen’s guild who defended this section of the wall in the Middle Ages, provides outstanding views of the Danube and Pest cityscape. The lower section is free to enter, as is the whole complex mid-October and mid-March, and from 8pm to 9am year-round, while 1,000-forint admission is charged to enter the upper towers mid-March to mid-October, between 9am and 8pm daily.”
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Museum
“The Hungarian National Museum is split over 3 floors and introduces Hungarian history from the Iron Age all the way through to 1990. The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions. Its park is very nice and you can take a rest on their huge benches just in front of the museum (on the stairs). ”
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Cafès
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“ Very long pedestrian shopping street, runs most of the way across central Pest, type of shops vary along the length, so if you don't find what you want keep walking :-)”
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