Budapestby Adrian Phillips and Jo Scotchmer
Budapest City Guide – Award-winning guide with travel tips on everything from the best cafés and bakeries to bars and nightlife, day trips and historical sites. Also features shopping, accommodation and restaurants, language guide, art and music, museums, Castle Hill, downtown highlights, parliament, Danube cruises, Heroes’ Square and City Park.
Published: 30th Mar 2012
About this book
Budapest has it all: spectacular architecture, award-winning cultural festivals, Michelin-starred restaurants, historic thermal baths and business-friendly hotels. The authors are winners of the British Guild of Travel Writers Best Guidebook Award and share their enthusiasm for the city in an engaging and witty style. Thoroughly updated, the third edition of Budapest is packed with up-to-the-minute information on hotels, cafés, bars and restaurants, as well as new walks. It provides travellers with all they need on where to stay, eat and drink, and what to see and do.
About the Author
Adrian Phillips is Managing Director at Bradt Travel Guides, and an award-winning travel writer/broadcaster. His Hungarian wife, Monika Phillips, helped to update this third edition. Jo Scotchmer is a public-relations director and has contributed to a number of magazines.
‘As informative as ever. Combining an engaging, light-hearted tone with stylish prose and layout, this guide tempts you into digesting large chunks in one sitting. Dare I say it, perfect airport reading.’
Duncan Craig, Deputy Travel Editor, Daily Express
‘An insightful, eminently readable guide that gets the visitor under the skin of this city.’
Kate Simon, Travel Editor, Independent on Sunday
‘Recommended further reading’
The Daily Telegraph