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Candlelit Dinner Cruise by Legenda City Cruises, Budapest
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Candlelit Dinner Cruise by Legenda City Cruises, Budapest

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Couples seeking a romantic activity for some quality time together will love this evening cruise on the Danube River. After a busy day of sightseeing, sit back and relax as you cruise past some of Budapest's most beautiful attractions, lit up at night. Enjoy a 4-course dinner by candlelight, and be entertained with live Hungarian music.
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Tiberiu_Baranyi wrote a review Jul 2020
Timisoara, Romania4,844 contributions12,063 helpful votes
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One of the many parks of Budapest ... with a very big area , just behind the Heroes square. It is great in every season - we were there in the winter - in January 2020... but the place was also interesting at that period of the year too. Beside the walkways there are also several other landmarks or points of interest in the area. To give just a short list: - the Varosliget Ice Rink - that is only open in the winter. - Vajdahunyad Castle - Szechenyi Baths - Restaurants are also to be found here ( Gundel, Robinson, etc.) - Budapest Zoo. - Museum of Transportation. - Heroes Square is in close vicinity. Visiting the park is free of charge and you can get there using public transportation also ... overall interesting if you care for a stroll. Go and enjoy.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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cjdotheworld wrote a review May 2020
Smithfield, Virginia1,369 contributions238 helpful votes
I love city parks no matter which country they are in. I love how people enjoy the parks. This one is a pleasure to stroll through. Enjoy
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Date of experience: August 2019
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JnVSydney wrote a review Apr 2020
Greater Sydney, Australia10,023 contributions1,484 helpful votes
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We entered this huge green space at Ajtósi Dürer sor, end, finishing at Heroes Square, the park its self is lovely just to walk around, enjoying the peaceful, tranquility, if that is not enough there are also places to visit and see. Millennium House and fountain; beautiful structure, cafe and museum. various monuments and statues Vajdahunyad castle
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Date of experience: January 2020
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OZS_ATW wrote a review Mar 2020
Budapest, Hungary1,626 contributions463 helpful votes
It is a nice big area with a lot of green areas and plenty of activities such as Heroes Square, Szechenyi Bath and the zoo, etc. An absolute must to see! :-)
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Carol A S wrote a review Mar 2020
Marietta, Georgia4,206 contributions776 helpful votes
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Varosliget (city park) is a large (~1.5km x 1km) public park surrounding Hero's Square. It features the city zoo, botanical gardens, Széchenyi thermal baths, a fountain, Vajdahunyad castle, Former Petőfi Hall, Hero's Square, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Palace of Art and several restaurants/cafes. Paddle boats can be rented on a lake, and there is ice skating in the winter. Strolling, jogging or biking around the park is quite pleasant, with paved walks, benches, a couple lakes, formal gardens, a fountain and historic castles peeking above the trees. The park is accessible at all times with no entry fee.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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