By an architectural point of view Budapest is a real jewel; where baroque, art-nouveau and Neo-Classical style blend into an eclectic and charming mix. World War II scars are still alive and visible, representing both a sing of warning and of rebirth.
Budapest is not just about beautiful buildings and romantic bridges where to admire its fairy landscape. Its springs of thermal water – 123 to be exact – make it the only capital city of its kind, as well as a popular destination both for those who love this type of relax as well as for those who need this specific treatments.
Its food will conquer your tastebuds thanks to the famous Gluash soup as well as through very refined cuisines. There are a number of excellent restaurants scattered all over the city, including many bistrots – which are very typical of Budapest.
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