Tur audio

Tur audioBudapest - Inner City Pest walk with Tim Richards

Doar în Engleză

2 Opriri tur

  1. Sumar tur audio
  2. Sumar tur audio

    Budapest is a city that’s alive and bursting with energy again after the long, enforced slumber of the Communist years. Since the Iron Curtain finally rusted away Budapest has been moving up through the gears – well it does have a Formula One Grand Prix nowadays – and into an exciting city. On the social scene there’s a phenomenon called “Ruin Bars” which are opened at low cost in older, less polished surroundings but offering a lively nightlife. Let’s not forget the big, set-piece tourist sights though – that marvellously ornate Parliament building… fine Art Nouveau architecture … and relaxing boat trips on the Danube. They are all in this guide to the centre of the Pest side of Budapest made by travel journalist Tim Richards and helped by Eszter…

    Photo Budapest Parliament Building on the Danube by Styli Camateros is licensed under  CC BY-SA 4.0

  3. 1 Thonet House
  4. 2 Bomo Art paper shop
  5. 3 Toroq Bank building
  6. 4 Orthodox Synagogue
  7. 5 Spinosa Cafe and "Ruin Bar Central"
  8. 6 Hungary's Parliament
  9. 7 Imre Nagy memorial
  10. 8 Gresham Palace
  11. 9 Danube boat trips
  12. 10 Astoria Hotel
  13. 11 Central Market Hall
  1. Sumar tur audio

    Budapest is a city that’s alive and bursting with energy again after the long, enforced slumber of the Communist years. Since the Iron Curtain finally rusted away Budapest has been moving up through the gears – well it does have a Formula One Grand Prix nowadays – and into an exciting city. On the social scene there’s a phenomenon called “Ruin Bars” which are opened at low cost in older, less polished surroundings but offering a lively nightlife. Let’s not forget the big, set-piece tourist sights though – that marvellously ornate Parliament building… fine Art Nouveau architecture … and relaxing boat trips on the Danube. They are all in this guide to the centre of the Pest side of Budapest made by travel journalist Tim Richards and helped by Eszter…

    Photo Budapest Parliament Building on the Danube by Styli Camateros is licensed under  CC BY-SA 4.0

Recenzii

A minimum rating of 1 star is required.
Please fill in your name.
  • Сергей

    5 out of 5 rating 06-12-2017

    Отличная программа

  • Janet

    3 out of 5 rating 11-07-2016

    We found directions extremely vague, instructions along the lines turn left and across the square are of no use when the next point is a 10 minute walk. The information regarding some of the buildings was informative though. Some of which we would have never spotted on our own. The distance between points of interest was too great. We passed lots of things between points which could have filled a space.

  • keaton and janet

    3 out of 5 rating 11-07-2016

    A walking tour that takes on a metro train ????

  • Traveler

    2 out of 5 rating 11-23-2015

    Narrator gets his info from a DK Eyewitness travel book and still manages to get things wrong. For example, he bloviates about the Török Bankház (misspelled here as Toroq) and then mistakenly refers to it as art deco, when it is quite clearly Secessionist, a movement that predates deco by at least two decades.