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The Rough Guide to Budapest (Rough Guides)

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The Rough Guide to Budapest is the ultimate travel guide to one of Europe's most fascinating and dynamic cities.

In full colour throughout, with dozens of colour photos to illustrate the finest of Budapest's great buildings, landmarks and distinctive neighbourhoods, this guide will show you the best the city has to offer. Whether you want high culture or a thriving underground club scene - including the city's unique "ruin pubs" - haute cuisine or pampering in spas, Budapest is the place to come. Easy-to-use maps for each neighbourhood make getting around easy. With detailed chapters featuring all the best hotels, restaurants and cafés, pubs and bars, live music and clubs, shops, theatre, kids' activities and more, you'll be sure to make the most of your time in the city with The Rough Guide to Budapest.

Make the most of your time on Earth™ with The Rough Guide to Budapest.

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Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.
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Printable? Yes

Book details

  • PDF | 256 pages
  • Rough Guides(Author)
  • Rough Guides; 6 edition (16 Jan. 2015)
  • English
  • 6
  • Travel & Holiday

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  • By Aitku on 14 September 2016

    Not up to Rough Guides usual standards. The maps/pages lack effective cross-references, the places listed were often closed down and no longer existed. Very poor so buy a different guide if you are visiting Budapest.

  • By Burns Van de Graaf on 1 August 2016

    A really handy pocket guide. Good maps and information. Just what we needed to help plan our week in Budapest.

  • By Guest on 23 April 2017

    quite complete. We liked a lot that it suggested baths (spas) out of the touristic area and the experience was wonderful. On the other hand, we missed some suggested routes to visit every quarter described in the guide.

  • By Alexa on 24 June 2015

    Overall, this is a great guide to Budapest. It's easy to use and list all the major attractions. I only have two slight reservations which stop it from being 5 stars:Firstly, there is no larger map included in the guide. It would be helpful to have a fold out map as it was difficult trying to place smaller sections of the map into much wider understanding of the city.Secondly, there seems to be no crossover between the written text and the maps. You have to literally searching the whole map given on an area to try and find the place you're looking for. It would have been SO much easier if grid references were give as we wasted so much time just trying to located sites on the map in the book. This was especially hard for things like restaurants and ruin bars as you're trying to search the tiny text on the map for a street name and on a map page that might have 50+ different streets this is almost impossible.However, despite these two things I did use this book extensively and would still recommend it to anyone visiting Budapest.

  • By CDE on 2 June 2015

    On the whole very good, but with two reservations,one applying to all Rough Guides, the other specific to Budapest.The general problem is that the food section ( eating out etc.) is always inevitably highly subjective and only applies at the time it is written; restaurants change frequently in both menu and quality , and prices often increase with favourable reviews in the Rough Guide ( can't win on that one!). Recently we have found the Tripadvisor site much more useful; it has far more opinions and is more current. I have noticed in previous Rough Guides that I don't share the sentiments of the reviewer and I find it more helpful to scan a variety of comments on Tripadvisor. Furthermore, by the time we arrive somewhere, new and better restaurants have opened since the guide went to press.My specific criticism of the Budapest guide relates to the difficulty in locating places on the maps. The maps themselves are fine for on the ground navigation, but when researching a planned trip the lack of any kind of grid reference makes finding places extremely difficult even within a defined zone. If a grid system where available in the text against each entry it would make the whole thing much clearer. This is a major flaw to the point that our party found a different guide more usable and we only consulted the Rough Guide secondarily.

  • By deb on 8 December 2015

    Does what it says on tin, very useful & informative

  • By Kathy Bidnall on 16 December 2016

    In good condition as promised.

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