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Here the perfect itinerary to visit Budapest in 3 days with the most interesting places to see and bar, restaurant, hotels to choose.
The last work commitment before the summer break was in Budapest, for the joy of myself and all my colleagues.
Even though I’ve been here in Budapest for 5 times, I assure you that I always like to go there. I have work colleagues who have moved to this city since they are always on a business trip and can choose where to live. I admit that I understand them.
In Budapest there is nothing missing, the cost of living is right, the city is young and dynamic and if you really want to say that the sea is missing, I can remember that with its 118 springs of thermal water and the hundreds of spa, Thermal baths and public outdoor pools the problem does not exist.
Surely you will know that half-way beer costs a little more than 1 euro, that bars made from old buildings and scraped are the rule, which is supposed to average 10 euros per head and that the Danube has become Heritage of the ‘Humanity!
Go around Budapest is easy with the metro coming almost everywhere but also bike lanes are a great alternative if you want to discover the city by pedaling.
I visited mainly from late afternoon so the museums, which closed at 5pm, were closed. You can discover the city in 3-4 days and I recommend you to take a relaxing afternoon in one of the famous spa and a few hours at the national museum that is so interesting.
Day 1 – The Great Synagogue, St. Stephen’s Basilica, Szechenyi Istvan Square, Danube and Parliament
With our very useful 72 hour metro pass, me and my friends immediately went to visit the