Though these days it's a country in the grip of a nasty authoritarian régime, Hungary remains a remarkable place, with an impenetrable language, a paprika-goosed cuisine, and some of the most fetching culture, architecture, and historic sites in Europe. Don't miss the Turkish baths of Budapest and the Danube Bend cities of Szentendre, Visegrad, and Esztergom!

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Budapest is one of "10 of Europe's Cheapest Cities to Visit"

  Europe is of course filled with amazing scenic and cultural sights and experiences, but it's also known as by and large an expensive place to visit. Yet it doesn't have to be! There are still a number of European cities and countries where you won't bust your wallet on lodging, dining, entertainment, and touring, and here are seven of them - many, but not all, in Eastern Europe (and of course don't forget that in budget travel, a good part of your savings occurs at the beginning and end of…

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New Year's Eve in Budapest really is something else

Welcoming the new year has to be done with tons of celebrations, and going to Budapest and Hungary is a great idea. Budapest is simply one of the most magnificent cities in Europe and in this guide, we will provide you with tips and tricks on going through the New York craze in the capital. If you are looking to spend New Year’s Eve in Budapest, you’ll find all the information you need here. NYE in Budapest is full of parties, incredible menus in different restaurants, street parties, concerts…

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