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Travel Blogs from Budapest

All By Myself

A travel blog entry by rachelniewiada


... you thought of like a haunted house-like attraction- after all, that's what first came to mind for me! And you'd be as wrong as I was! The House of Terror is actually a museum dedicated to communists who used the building as their former headquarters after WWII. It was also known as the "House of Loyalty" for the Hungarian Nazis who took up residence here. The highlight (if I may call it that) was actually the elevator. The route of the museum ...

Timisoara -> Budapest -> Bratislava

A travel blog entry by kvstark

... I checked the map again and Timisoara looked relatively well connected via roads and not that far out of my way, and I could add Romania to the country list, so I swapped the two. I was mostly trying to hit capitals or places I knew there would be a decent tourist scene, with hostels and museums and tourist maps and good public transit, although I haven’t always made the best choices with regards to that (see, Timisoara). Hope that explanation ...

Saturday in Budapest with 200,000 friends

A travel blog entry by weir


... slapping, with a lot of jumping and shouting.)

We also had another presentation by our cruise director about the upcoming tours. The presentation went on way too long! Dinner was wonderful and featured local Hungarian food. One thing we appreciate about this cruise line is that their menus change to reflect the foods of the country or town/city they visit. There was not one item on tonight's dinner that was not well prepared.

Right now, ...

The Thirteenth Day (Budapest)

A travel blog entry by isabellerose13

... Later we played celebrity heads and heads up all together. After that we went out and walked a couple of blocks to a pizza place in the town, that turned out to be no good and we left there and ended up getting take away lamb wraps and eating them in our room. Natalie, Max and Dad went downstairs to the jacuzzi for a little while while mum and I had showers. When they came back we went to ...

Hungry for some more Hungary

A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn


... were tortured. To commemorate the victims, the House of Terror has been converted into a museum. It took around two hours for us to explore the four floors, slowly taking in the displays of artefacts and videos. The most compelling aspect of the entire museum, however, was the basement. After seeing the framed pictures of victims lining the walls, it was chilling to think they had suffered in the very spot I was standing. Although many of components of the ...

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