The capital of Hungary is the right destination during the European summer or winter! Learn more about it after the jump…
Known for its beautiful bridges, Budapest is divided by the Danube River that splits the city in half.
Aside from the beautiful bridges, the city of Budapest is also well known for its thermal baths. Situated in an area with rock formations of volcanic origin, its waters are naturally heated and have great therapeutic and medicinal value.
There are several parks and thermal complexes throughout the city. The most famous is the Gellért Hotel, which is considered as the largest and best house baths of Budapest.
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It’s the best destination for tourists looking for a moment of relaxation and fun!
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