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If you’re touring Castle Hill, be sure to stop by this local favorite for lunch. Set in a landmark building that dates from the 13th century, Pierrot opened in 1982...
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The sprawling Castle Hill district, a UNESCO World Heritage site on the Buda side of the Danube is where modern Budapest history begins. The three towns of Buda, Pest and...
Located in Buda’s Castle Hill district, this venerable café—the city’s oldest—is considered by many locals and loyal visitors to be the best in the city. It’s certainly the most charming:...
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