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Pearl Of The Danube: Budapest
Exploring Buda and Pest, which are divided by the River Danube, will be as much fun for your kids as it is for you.
The Budapest baths are an intriguing alternative for children… In addition to wave pools and whirlpools, they also boast large swimming pools where the little ones can play to their hearts’ content.
Candıes And Pastrıes
You’re in for a completely different taste experience at Hungary’s famous candy and pastry shops. And you’ll be re-energized to boot.
With bicycle rentals, numerous play areas and large, indoor pools, this island is ideal for families.
If you’re keen on an adventure-packed day in the open air, the Buda Hills are just what you’re looking for. The alternatives are endless, from horses and hiking trails to a train for the kids and a cable car called Libego.