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From Kati Marton’s Enemies of the People to Julie Orringer’s acclaimed novel The Invisible Bridge, these remarkable books will give you a great insight into Hungarian culture, history and of course, into life in Budapest throughout the different eras.
Modern, minimalist decor and a breathtaking rooftop bar await you at this boutique hotel tucked away within the gothic churches and university buildings of the 5th district. This old townhouse turned hotel still leaves traces of its original structure and design while creating a contemporary and bolder approach.check availability & prices
Boho chic meets artist’s residence at one of the most popular hotels in Budapest. From upcycled furniture to quaint décor, it’s no surprise that Brody House plays host to artists calling Budapest home while shooting a feature film or modeling in a fashion shoot.check availability & prices
Situated on the banks of the Danube on the Buda side, the multi-award winning and newly renovated Lánchíd19 Design Hotel is carefully crafted and it’s hugged by an undulating glass exterior that basks in natural light by day but is illuminated by colored lights by night.check availability & prices
3 hours 65 USD
This 3-hour tour familiarizes you with Prague’s 1000 years at the center of European history, from the Middle Ages, and Renaissance through the ordeals and triumphs of its modern history.
3 hours 105 USD
Embark on a 3-hour tour of Vienna’s Art Nouveau Metro Stations and iconic Art Nouveau buildings while learning about the design elements, political and aesthetic philosophy of the elegant turn-of-century style.
3 hours 105 USD
Discover Red Vienna, the 1920s and 30s Art Deco housing estates built to creatively tackle public housing needs in the city after the bombing of WWI.Guided walk through Vienna’s 2 largest projects: Karl Marx-Hof and the Reumannhof.