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“St. Stephen's Basilica is a Roman Catholic basilica in Budapest, Hungary. It is named in honour of Stephen, the first King of Hungary, whose supposed right hand is housed in the reliquary.”
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“One of my favorite dinner places. You will find live music and fantastic atmosphere with very friendly stuff.”
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“Probably the highest quality coffee in BP with skilled and very friendly baristas, you should try the jewish pastry called “flódni”.”
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“Pest-side pedestrian zone between Chain Bridge and Elizabeth Bridge is called Danube Promenade (Duna-korzó). Popular among locals and tourists, fringed with 5-star hotels (InterContinental, Marriott, Sofitel), restaurants, cafés, bars and casinos. Best panorama of Buda with clear and gorgeous view of the Buda Castle, Citadel, Gellért Hill and bridges of Budapest. It is a great spot for enjoying the annual fireworks of 20 August. The Promenade is lined with arts masterpieces, like the "Kiskirálylány" (Princess) sitting on the railing, the building of the Vigadó and the statue of the statesman István Széchenyi by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.”
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“What is it? A popular all-day spot, boasting impeccable service and authentic local cuisine. Why go? Close to St Stephen’s Basilica is the popular Café Kor, where you can pop for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Make a reservation or arrive before the evening rush - the daily specials are served only until they run out, which is usually around lunchtime.”
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“One of our most busiest park, the Erzsébet square is popular amongst young people, mostly nights with a bottle of wine”
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Austur-evrópskur veitingastaður
“This is one of the many Michelin starred restaurant in Budapest and it’s located in the beautiful Gerbeaud House at Vörösmarty Square. They offer re-interpreted and extravagantly executed Hungarian dishes which can only be enjoyed in a 3/4/6 set menu for lunch and 6/8 set menu for dinner. (high-range)”
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Japanskur veitingastaður
“THE asian cuisine you want to try for sure also a great place to start your evening before a night out .”
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“Chic place for coffee meetings with potential partners/clients. If you want to impress them... and yourself ;)”
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“Bestia is a buzzing restaurant in the heart of Budapest specializing in grilled meats. With a picture-postcard view of the St. Stephen’s Basilica, an edgy industrial chic decor, and loud music piping through the speakers, it has quickly become a favorite among trendy tourists and locals alike. If you’re feeling adventurous, start your meal with the roasted bone marrow and toast, silky, jiggly white stuff arriving inside two massive slabs of veal shanks. Scoop out the rich fat and spread it on the whole wheat toast (€10). Also good are the pork ribs (€19) — made in a Josper charcoal burning oven — packing a smoky flavor and glazed in a sweet-tart barbecue sauce. You are, however, better off skipping the undersized Angus burger with a side of sad-looking roast potatoes for a whopping €14. If premium cuts of pricey steaks are your speed, you can have it all here. The menu also features two Hungarian classics — a goulash soup and a somlói galuska dessert — both of which deserve your attention. Bestia's full-service bar serves both customized cocktails of local craft beers on draft.”
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Sögufrægur staður
“Historical building, beautiful view, events, outdoor cinema, exhibitions.”
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Ítalskur veitingastaður
“Serves very reasonable priced pizza and pasta in very pleasant surroundings. Often quite busy but it always seems to be possible to get a table there. Expect to pay Ft. 1.400 - Ft 1.800 for a main course. No tipping required as your meal is prepared for you while you wait. The wine is good here too. There are several Vapiano's in Budapest and each offers the same menu and prices.”
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“À la Maison Grand is a chic breakfast restaurant in the middle of Budapest's downtown, occupying the ground floor of a 1906 art nouveau building (take a glance at the striking glass mosaic perched atop the building). Fashionable, tourist-heavy crowds flock here for the breakfast-all-day and brunch offerings that include reliably prepared croque madame (€5), eggs Florentine (€7), waffles, and also zeitgesty items like acai bowl and avocado toast (€7). The only letdowns are the the undersized and forlorn-looking English (€10) and Hungarian breakfast plates (€12). Apart from tourists, the bustling space is also popular for local groups of girlfriends, who often accompany their breakfast dishes with strawberry mimosas from the full service bar. The owners spared no expense on the gleaming white, high-ceilinged interior that features plush chairs and comfortable, dusty-blue sofas. Reservations are recommended.”
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“The First Permanent Connection Between Buda and Pest. The Chain Bridge is one of the best known landmarks of Budapest. The picturesque historic stone bridge straddles the Danube between Széchenyi Square on the Pest side and Clark Ádám Square in Buda. You can walk across it from Buda to Pest and back – an excellent way to absorb the World Heritage-protected sights and panorama and to take wonderful photos. It offers one of the city’s most stunning views with the mighty Danube flowing below you. The grandiose Parliament dominates the riverside in Pest, while Castle Hill towers at the Buda end.”
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“The closest and probably the best restaurant of the israeli franchise type. ”
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“Elegant place, with dance in every hour on the bar from the bartender girls, in "Coyote Ugly" style.”
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