Budapest: „Europe’s Most Enigmatic City”

Publicated on: June 2, 2013

According to the Critical Guide, Budapest was a city where the Children’s Railway was actually run by children, where grown men gathered after work to drink wine spritzers and play chess on floating boards in 500-year-old bathhouses, and where the local street food included a giant doughnut slathered with sour cream and garlic.

Read the story of AFAR the experiential travel guide http://www.afar.com/magazine/europes-most-enigmatic-city

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