A comprehensive guide to the country, with a strong focus on the natural, historical, and cultural aspects that are distinctive features of the Bradt series. Budapest--one of the world's most romantic cities--is covered in detail, including a walk through the cobbled streets of Buda's Castle District, shopping and eating in Pest's downtown, and boating or ice-skating in City Park. The book also features the manifold highlights beyond the country's capital, such as the hilltop Benedictine monastery of Pannonhalma, the wondrous stalactite formations at the Aggtelek caves, the famous HortobAigy National Park, the valley wine cellars in Eger, and the puszta horse shows of the Great Plain. Here, too, is the practical information needed for a fulfilling and trouble-free trip, from public transportation and accommodations to sports, customs, and festivals. This guide features:Adrian Phillips, Jo Scotchmer ... There are fairy lights in the trees, oil lamps on the tables, an al-fresco kitchen and an open-fronted cellar bar. ... The food is traditional and well-priced, the speciality of the rather kitsch house a wooden platter of grilled meats (for 2 or ... The owner asks that if you enjoy the Where to eat 109.
|Author||:||Adrian Phillips, Jo Scotchmer|
|Publisher||:||Bradt Travel Guides - 2005|