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Hungary has something to offer everyone, from the bustling capital city of Budapest to the charming small towns scattered throughout the countryside.

One of the most popular destinations in Hungary is undoubtedly Budapest. This awe-inspiring city is divided by the Danube River into two parts: Buda and Pest.

On one side, you can find grandiose hills with castles and fortresses, while on the other side, there are flat lands with wide boulevards lined up with numerous cafés and restaurants.

The Hungarian Parliament Building is an iconic landmark that dominates the city’s skyline, while thermal baths such as Széchenyi are a must-do activity for visitors looking for some relaxation.

If you’re interested in history or architecture, then you’ll definitely want to check out some of Hungary’s impressive landmarks like Fisherman’s Bastion in Buda Castle or St Stephen’s Basilica in Pest. These buildings will leave you breathless with their intricate designs and rich history.

When it comes to food, Hungarian cuisine is renowned for its hearty stews like goulash (a beef stew cooked slowly over a fire) but also offers a plethora of options from savoury crepes called Hortobágyi palacsinta filled with chicken paprikash to sweet pastries such as chimney cakes stuffed with ice cream called Kürtőskalács.