Architecturally, Budapest is a jewel of the old Habsburg monarchy, but its public-bath culture is ancient, harking back to the Roman and Ottoman times. The delicious mineral waters from the cold springs, which are also public, are rightly famous as a restorative. Put another way, in Budapest, you’ll be fully hydrated, inside and out. But the town has far more history, and far more to offer, than its terrific magnesium-rich waters. One essential tip: Orient yourself in your commutes across the Danube by the famous bridges, the Erzebet (Elizabeth) Bridge, the Chain Bridge, and so forth.
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