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Leaving Krakow via train at 10.25 we valiantly attempted to sleep on our journey to Budapest. Arriving somewhat worse for wear at Keleti Rail station in Pest, we found our way to the Hostel and stashed our luggage till we could check in later.First port of call for us was an open top bus tour of the major sites in both Buda and Pest. This was great as we had not fully understood just how far apart these sites were.Plenty of good material for camera work. Staying for just over 2 days we planned to ramble through the city one day and take an out of town trip the next, finishing with a stop at the Gellert baths and a quiet Tuesday morning as we prepared to leave.
Recommendations / Tips
Hostel Central Dominik Pension - brilliant little gem. We had a two bed room with it's own bathroom - linen provided and beautifully clean for 35 Euros per night (all up) - very affordable with brekkie thrown in. Would recommend this to anyone staying in Budapest.Would also recommend a bus tour of the city if you're pushed for time. The sites are very spread out and the transport can be difficult to navigate.Must sees - Heroes Square; Fishermans Bastion; Gellert Baths among many