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11 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit Budapest

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Watch | Swing Out Budapest

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2017 Suzuki World Judo Championships, #Budapest
28 August - 3 September

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The city that lives a double life

The Buda and the Pest sides not only give Hungary’s capital its name, but also define the varied lifestyles and character on each side.
Hungary's capital is a tale of two cities, split by the Danube river. The Buda and the Pest sides not only give the city its name, but also define its different lifestyles and personalities.
"Pest is very fast, as most of the things happen there. There [are] a lot of bars, restaurants, meeting points, but also many companies have their offices on this side of the river," explained Wiktoria Skiba, originally from Poland and founder of Budapest blog The Spoiled Queen.
"Buda is much calmer, surrounded by beautiful hills. You can find a lot of green areas there, and the air is fresher than on the Pest side." >>
+BBC Travel - http://tinyurl.com/hoe4c6a

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The city that lives a double life

The Buda and the Pest sides not only give Hungary’s capital its name, but also define the varied lifestyles and character on each side.
Hungary's capital is a tale of two cities, split by the Danube river. The Buda and the Pest sides not only give the city its name, but also define its different lifestyles and personalities.
"Pest is very fast, as most of the things happen there. There [are] a lot of bars, restaurants, meeting points, but also many companies have their offices on this side of the river," explained Wiktoria Skiba, originally from Poland and founder of Budapest blog The Spoiled Queen.
"Buda is much calmer, surrounded by beautiful hills. You can find a lot of green areas there, and the air is fresher than on the Pest side." >>
+BBC Travel - http://tinyurl.com/hoe4c6a

#budapest #travel #Travel2Budapest
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The city that lives a double life

The Buda and the Pest sides not only give Hungary’s capital its name, but also define the varied lifestyles and character on each side.
Hungary's capital is a tale of two cities, split by the Danube river. The Buda and the Pest sides not only give the city its name, but also define its different lifestyles and personalities.
"Pest is very fast, as most of the things happen there. There [are] a lot of bars, restaurants, meeting points, but also many companies have their offices on this side of the river," explained Wiktoria Skiba, originally from Poland and founder of Budapest blog The Spoiled Queen.
"Buda is much calmer, surrounded by beautiful hills. You can find a lot of green areas there, and the air is fresher than on the Pest side." >>
+BBC Travel - http://tinyurl.com/hoe4c6a

#budapest #travel #Travel2Budapest
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