The Rough Guide to Budapest by Charles Hebbert

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The Rough Guide to Budapest is the ultimate guide to this fascinating city. The 20-page, full-colour section will inspire you on where to go and what to see, from the magnificent Parliament building to the atmospheric Jewish quarter. In addition, there are two, new, 4-page inserts: ‘Budapest’s Baths’ and ‘Musical Traditions.’ The new ‘author picks’ section of all the city’s finest hotels and restaurants, will help you decide on the best places to stay, eat and drink, for all budgets. There is extensive coverage of major new museums and attractions, including the Natural History Museum, the Palace of Arts complex and the Holocaust Memorial Centre. The guide also includes details on excursions to nearby Szentendre and Esxtergom and comes complete with detailed maps for the entire city.

About Charles Hebbert

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Charles Herbert has served at Community College of Philadelphia since 1984, currently as Director of Technical Education. He has worked extensively as a professional programmer. Using his background in curriculum design, he is leading an NSF funded team exploring the use of virtual reality programming in community college computing courses. Dan Richardson was born in England. Before joining Rough Guides, he worked as a sailor on the Red Sea and lived in Peru. Since then he has authored or co-authored guidebooks to St Petersburg, Moscow, Hungary, Budapest, Romania, Bulgaria and Egypt; lectured at the Foreign Office and been a volunteer aid worker in Albania. When not abroad, he lives in London.
Published September 1, 2002 by Rough Guides. 320 pages
Genres: Travel. Non-fiction