I think the best places to eat are around Oktogon and Liszt Ferenc square.There's good fast-foods (Friday's,Subway,Burger King,McDonald's) and very good cafés/restaurants (Planet Sushi,Buena Vista,Incognito,Carma,Vian,Pesti Est etc. ...) and my favourite pleasure-grounds is here too.:cheers:БЛ;13703769 said:^^ how didn´t i come to that idea
so where to eat? what to do?
i know that one day is not enough, i am just travelling trough budapest so i decided to stay one day.One day in Budapest is not enough. One week is.
You ought to remember if you are trying to visit the Hungarian Parliament (from the inside), be prepared to spend an hour or two waiting in line if you are looking for a guided tour in English.
If you don't mind not understanding the guided tour, you could try to sign up for a tour in Hungarian, since lines are shorter for Hungarians (for obvious reasons).
Other than that, I suggest the Matthias Church/Fisherman's Bastions, Gellert Hill, Vaci Street (but not for shopping!), and perhaps even Andrassy Avenue and Heroes' Square. Don't forget to take the Millenium Underground either.
As for hotels, someplace outside the city center but near a metro station would be the best idea (although I never visited Budapest as a tourist, so I can't tell).
The Millenium Underground is the yellow (first) subway line in Budapest, denoted as "M1". It was the second subway line in the world (after London), and was built in 1896. It an UNESCO world heritage site.БЛ;13713739 said:i know that one day is not enough, i am just travelling trough budapest so i decided to stay one day.
what is Millenium Underground ?
Szerály????? :bash:I know there is a really good (and cheap) Turkish Restuarant on the Large Ring Road (but I forgot where exactly) called "Szerály", where you simply walk in and serve yourself (like in a Swedish table).