Day 2. Exploring Budapest’s historic castle district

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Feeling refreshed after a good night’s sleep we took the lift down to the Sofitel’s elegant restaurant where we enjoyed a leisurely breakfast. There was a varied selection of hot and cold dishes available from the buffet as well as an a la carte menu at no extra charge. From this menu, I ordered poached eggs on toast which were daintily served and cooked to perfection.

Untitled The elegant restaurant at the Hotel Nemzeti

Unusually for us, it was 10.15 a.m. by the time we set off from the hotel, and made our way to the nearest tourist information office to collect our Budapest Cards. These cards are available in durations of between 1 and 5 days and include both attractions and public transport making them good value. Once the cards have been signed and dated they become active so we jumped on a tram to Lagos Kossuth Square, the…

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