The author is a resident of Budapest, who knows the region intimately and takes us behind the scenes to discover its best features the sights, the places to stay and eat, the shopping, and all the activities. Millions of people every year hike into, bike, drive or climb into the green valleys and limestone mountain ridges of Hungary s national parks and the Zemplen hills. Storks, eagles, wrens, blackbirds, woodpeckers, and flocks of thousands make their home in forests, grasslands, and cliff-sides. Majestic antlered stags and deer range the forest. Fresh springs and cold clear creeks tumble down from the mountains. The author takes us there. Sitting astride the Danube, Budapest has been called the Paris of Eastern Europe and The Pearl of the Danube. There are thousands of restaurants and virtually every type of cuisine. Hotels and nightspots are just as numerous and the author guides us to the best of them all. This is the only guide illustrated with color maps and photographs throughout. Print edition is 586 pages.Leading past that garden, we are confronted with the National Radio Station, site of bitter fighting in the 1956 Revolution. ... A brief walk to Kalvin tAcr takes us to the intersection with AllAmi Aot where we take the metro toward KAmbAinya one stop toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Adventure Guide to Hungary|
|Publisher||:||Hunter Publishing, Inc - 2006-06-01|