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Sailing on the Danube in Budapest, Hungary

 
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added on 22nd of June, 2009

Szentendre is a little city very close to Budapest. We found on the internet that there are little ships or pleasure-boats which depart from Budapest and travel to Szentendre. We decided to buy tickets to one of them but only one-way, because on our way back we planned to take the train.

This little ship was for about 60-80 persons who could sit inside and outside. We decided to sit outside where the wind blew so we didn't feel the warmth of the sun so much and also we could take better photos.

The trip was about one and a half hours long from which half an hour was inside Budapest. You should know that Budapest is divided by the Danube river on which we sailed with this ship. The Parliament is on one side of the river and could be seen very well from our position :)

In the next one hour we just sat and chated because nothing interesting could be seen. But the weather was quite nice, so we enjoyed our little trip until we reached our destination.

 

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Chain Bridge, Saint Stephen's Basilica and the Parliament of HungaryBudapest is also home to some major educational institutes in Europe, students from all over the world coming here study in the different colleges and universities. Some major educational institutes include Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Semmelweis University, Corvinus University of Budapest, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design and the Corvinus University of Budapest etc. Visiting and exploring the city using Budapest travel guide is a great fun for those who love history, culture and traditions. You can't resist getting charmed by all that this city has to offer, the options are wide open so go ahead and take it... Read more »

 
 
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