Budapest is a lot more artsy and open-minded than we thought – Interview with Roxanne and Maartje

Roxanne and Maartje have traveled around the world together. Commemorating their amazing trips in a blog as well as on a video channel, the lovely couple thrives on travel. When they visited Budapest, they were dazzled by the sunrise seen from the Fisherman’s Bastion. Let’s get to know them a bit better! How was your […]

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The history of Rudas Bath

It was the Romans who built the first bathhouses in Hungary. After the conquest of the Carpathian Basin, most Hungarian villages were founded near hot springs. The baths in Buda became internationally renowned during the reign of King Sigismund and this reputation grew further during the reign of King Matthias. Hungary suffered great damage during […]

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The City of Spas

When arriving to Budapest, be sure to visit a thermal bath of which there are several throughout this dazzling city with a variety of services. With warmer temperatures upon us, now is a fantastic opportunity to try outdoor pools.   A top pick would be Széchenyi located a few minutes’ walk from Heroes’ Square. This […]

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