Budapest. July 2011. My third visit in the Hungarian Capital. This time we took a different approach: visiting everything off the beaten path! Since we decided to stay in a camping (Haller Camping, close to Nagyvarad Metro Station on Line 3), it only made sense to pack our water bottle and walking shoes, as well.
On Tuesday morning, before 9 a.m. we were on our way to Széll Kálmán tér (Metro station on Line 2), the starting point of our long walking tour. To get there, we took the M3 to Deak F. Ter (Metro station linking all three lines) and from there we switched to M2 to get to Széll Kálmán tér. Once there, it was time for a quick snack before the long day (the pastries are amazing in Budapest). We also filled our water bottle and away we went.
We took the tram 61 to Városmajor (2 stops; the tram station is opposite the metro station). From here, we took the Cog...
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