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What's the best way to make the most of Budapest by foot?

Hungary Boglárka, Hungary

24 days ago

Use the 20A Bus from Keleti Train Station for one station to Hősök tere direction, so that you can walk to the Zoo, the Városliget Lake, Szechenyi Bath and the Museums indeed.
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