Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Budapest area.
The area now called Budapest has been inhabited since before Roman times, and some relics still remain from that era.
Formed by building bridges across the Danube River, between the plains of Pest and the hills of Buda, Budapest has remained
relatively rich in natural resources, particularly forests, because they do not export their lumber or other natural
commodities. The native language, Hungarian, is like no other spoken in Europe and is closest in origin to Finnish. Noted
for its goulash and Tokaj grape wines, as well as hundreds of natural hot springs that have been believed for centuries
to have healing properties, the culture of Budapest has a strong sensual component as well as a polished sense of
what is most beautiful in life. Hemingway thought it was the most beautiful city he had ever seen.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Budapest area by selecting one of the options shown below.
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Area Facts: Budapest, the capital city of Hungary,is an exciting, cosmopolitan city with a colorful nightlife and a large variety of shops. The Country Code for Budapest is 36.
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