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All international buses arrive and depart from Nepliget Bus station, which is located on the corner of the People's Park. You can easily get by bus to Budapest with Eurolines, FlixBus, Infobus, Regiojet depending on the country of departure. The main arrival point in Budapest (Nepliget Bus Station), located outside the city center but well served by the city's efficient metro system.
Budapest is widely held to be one of Europe's most beautiful cities. Set against a backdrop of hills on a bend in the river Danube, this ancient city dates back more than two thousand years, but most of the city's striking architecture dates back to the 18th and 19th centuries. During this period the twin cities of Buda and Pest were joined, and newly-formed Budapest became an important and cosmopolitan city within the vast Austrian Empire. The center of Budapest is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, so lovers of history and architecture will find plenty to enjoy. For those interested in more indulgent pleasures, the many bathhouses of Budapest offer spas, saunas and the opportunity to meet the locals in a relaxed environment. For the more romantic visitor, a night-time boat trip along the Danube, along with a few glasses of Hungary's famous 'Bull's Blood' red wine, is hard to beat. There's plenty to keep children entertained too, with Budapest Zoo in Vrosliget (City Park) being one of the world's oldest and home to over a thousand species. Also in Vrosliget you'll find the Budapest Grand Circus, which is open all-year round and regularly hosts traveling circus shows from across the world.
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