I spent few days in Budapest and I stayed in a hostel in Rakoczi Ut street which was very accessible by walk from Keleti station and the Danube River. The area is on Pest side and the inner part is the historic Jewish quarter. The origin of the name Budapest can be traced back during Celtic, Romans or Slavic times combining both names of Buda and Pest in the 18th century which has many theories to where the name originally come from. Budapest is called the Pearl of the Danube because of its highly favorable geographical position and weather conditions.
Walking around Budapest, here are some of the remarkable buildings, churches and landmarks:
If you walk towards the Danube river from Rakoczi Ut, you will pass a building with an intricate design that looks like Moorish. The building is the Brudern Houseowned by Josef Brudern. During the 18th century…
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