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I will take a bus to Budapest, about 3 hours from Vienna,

I was there first in 1972, quite a bit different then. A lot of te building are in Victorian style but tere are some very nice examples of Jugendstil in Budapest.

Budapest is famose for Spa's, the Király Bath and the Rudas Bath are from the Turkish time, the Gellért Bath and Hotel is Jugendstil, the Széchenyi bath is one of the largest bathing complexes in Europe.

Cheapest from Budapest airport to the town is by bus 200E to the last stop, Kobanya-Kispest station where you can find decent money changers, change then to the metro line 3, for the bus terminal exit at Nepliget station, for city center maybe at Deak Ter station and for Keleti Pu (main train station) change there to metro line 2.

Get a transfer ticket, 530 Forint (€ 1,70) at the ticket machine, you can pay with bank card and avoid the airport money changers. You will get 2 tickets, validate the first in the bus and the second in the metro, keep both until the end of the journey.

There is also bus 100E to Deak Ter in the center, this will be 900 Forint and Budapest Card is not valid.

Taxi is 450 for flagfall and 280 for every kilometer.


And by plane ro Kutaisi in Georgia, Wizz air has very reasonable tickets if you book early.

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Budapest Sights & Attractions review
Jugendstil in Budapest
The Hungarian Jugendstil did have a political function as well showing by using traditional styl elements the opposition to Vienna and the more or les… read entire review
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photo by: Chokk