When looking for a place to stay in Hungary, Budapest should be a city at the top of your list. Here, you can visit Gül Baba's Tomb, Matthias Church, and Buda Castle. You can visit the Museum of Fine Arts, or the Railway Museum to soak up a little local culture. During the winter, you can enjoy skating at Városliget; the city park. Visit the warm waters of the Gellert Spa when you want some time to relax.
Budapest's public transportation system makes it easy to get around the city upon arrival. Some of the public transport systems include underground trains, trolleybuses and trams. Three major Metro lines connect the city, and passenger transport is available daily. Notable neighborhoods for lodgings while in Budapest include Varnegyed, which is the Castle District, and Vizivaros, also known as Watertown. Both of these neighborhoods are located next to each other and are considered historical districts.
Budapest is considered a cosmopolitan city, so the nightlife is very active. Seasonal events happen year round, with theater, ballet and opera being the focus through the summer months. Live performances can be found throughout the city as well. In terms of eateries, Budapest has ample places to choose from, including local restaurants that serve traditional Hungarian food, and establishments that focus on ethnic cuisine.
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