Budapest is worth visiting: another tourist magazine recommends the capital
Posted by Budnews · Nov 5, 2019

We can hardly track the number of articles where the Hungarian capital appears.

We've always said that the Hungarian capital is beautiful, and in the recent years, almost all smaller and bigger touristic magazine admitted it's true. Recently, several major foreign news sites and tourist magazines have recommended Hungary and Budapest among the top destinations, and after Lonely Planet, CNN and Time Out, the list has now expanded with The Travel.

The magazine compiled in 10 points why it is worth visiting Hungary, with special emphasis on Budapest, but Debrecen is also mentioned for the Flower Carnival, and the author writes more generally about the different values of the country. They write about the excellent wines, festivals, rich history and unique Hungarian language, as well as the thermal baths that got their own paragraph.

„Nestled in Central Europe on either side of the massive Danube River, Hungary is a European gem that everybody should visit at least once. Filled with unique and stunning buildings that you won’t see anywhere else, friendly locals, and cultural landmarks that will open your eyes, Hungary is a dream destination.” - starts the article, and the best is yet to come. „There are so many reasons to fall in love with Budapest. From the marvelous architecture and the fascinating museums to the overall fairytale feeling that you get from being there, Budapest has a lot to offer. Furthermore, Budapest is still not as popular as other European cities like Rome and Paris, so there will be fewer crowds to contend with but still all the sights to see!”

You can read the full The Travel article here.

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