This Rough Guide provides concise coverage of the sights and attractions of the fascinating city of Budapest, from the 500-year old Turkish baths to the Statue Park of Communist monuments and the Jewish quarter. It includes dozens of recommendations for cafes, bars and restaurants that are fashionable, intriguing or just great value for money, plus advice on which travel passes and city cards are worth buying to make the most of Budapest's excellent public transport system.
This definitive handbook features wide ranging coverage of all the sights, from the elegant Budapest, to the villages of the Northern Uplands and the historical towns of the Danube Bend. Includes practical advice on exploring the great outdoors, such as tips on cruising the Danube, hiking in the hills and horse-riding on the Great Plain, plus the lowdown on where to sample the country's famous wines.
Eastern Europe's oldest "open" country is on the move, and Rough Guides covers the changes in a new editionHungary is fast becoming part of the mainstream of European life, and this Rough Guide covers it with a fresh, contemporary perspective. We bring you extensive coverage of Budapest -- its lively and rapidly growing capital -- with up-to-the-minute nightlife listings for hundreds of bars and restaurants as well as the best-value accommodations around.
The sixth edition of the Rough Guide to Hungary is the ultimate guide to this small landlocked nation of just over ten million people. Hungary is a country full of atmospheric towns, outstanding buildings, beautiful landscapes and colourful festivals. A selection of the highlights are listed in the front of the guide with evocative full-colour photographs and page references to their full accounts later in the book. The guide was first researched in 1984, giving it over twenty years worth of continual updating and refinement, making it the ultimate insiders guide - whether you're cruising the Danube, hiking in the hills or sampling the country's famous wines.
The Rough Guide to Venice and the Veneto is the definitive handbook to Europe''s most beautiful city and its hinterland. The guide includes detailed accounts of all Venice''s monuments and museums, from San Marco to the far-flung islands. There is vivid background on the city''s history and culture, with the lowdown on the Biennale, Carnevale and other special events. For every area, there are comprehensive reviews of restaurants, bars and accommodation in every price range. Finally, there is detailed coverage of Verona, Padua, Vicenza, Treviso and a host of other Veneto towns and sights.
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