The capital of Hungary is centrally located in the country and is home to 20% of all Hungarians; consequently, it is a starting point for tourists visiting all the country. It is also a site on the UNESCO World Heritage List, having been a place of human settlement since the Paleolithic period. It was the site of the Roman city of Acquincum, situated to the north, composed of two originally quite separate cities, Buda and Pest.

The city has still-operating Turkish baths and exceptional historic buildings, some dating back to Roman times, some built in the special Hungarian version of art nouveau. Museums and parks track the rich past of this little country. In addition to the city’s being suitable for relaxation with its healing natural ...

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