Two days walking in Budapest

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I landed at 8.40 am in Budapest. I immediately got the transport, which I had booked before, and in 45 minutes I reached Hotel President.
Left the luggage at the hotel, I crossed the bridge and took the Buda Castle Funicular. Up on the hill, you can visit Buda Castle and the stunning Fisherman Bastion, where this pic was taken!









After a hummus break in Pest, I started the cruise along the Danube. I have got the chance to see the Parliament (in this pic), the main bridges, and Margaret Island.
In the late afternoon, I lost myself among the Pest streets. In the picture, you can see the Chain Bridge.










The view from President Hotel was amazing. On the top of the building, during winter, you can also enjoy the ice-skating rink. In the evening, I had an Indian dinner at Taj Mahal. Strongly recommend it!
The morning after, I walked along Andràssy street up to this famous spot: Széchenyi Thermal Bath. I visited this ancient and spectacular spot with a guide.












Then, after an Hungarian lunch at Spinoza Restaurant, I walked along the Danube passing by the Sinagoghe up to Central Market, where I bought the typical Hungarian shirt. Later, I crossed the Liberty Bridge, and visited the Buda shore.
After a greek dinner at Kerkira, I checked out and left for the airport.