BUDAPEST - The two sides of the Danube.
Photographs: Nandor Lang
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MÜPA / Gábor Zoboki
GÁBOR ZOBOKI, architect and designer of MÜPA the Palace of Arts and the reconstruction of the Opera House.
FLAVA / Tamás Langó
Michelin Sommelier Award winner Tamás Langó takes a considered approach when pairing Hungarian wine with fine-dining menus.
Walks in Budapest / Dávid Merker
"Budapest has several layers,” says Dávid Merker, co-founder of Hosszúlépés. Járunk?, a social enterprise offering private walks in English as well as tours to locals.
The GELLÉRT Thermal Baths
The Art Nouveau-styled Gellért Thermal Baths in Buda, opened in 1918, were popular at the time with the aristocracy. “If you are sitting in the Gellért, you are thinking that you are in a museum,”
The SZÉCHENYI Thermal Baths
The neo-Baroque palace pays homage to water and aquatic life with mosaics of mermaids and fish as well as artwork like the statue in the main entrance of Triton saving a boy from a Centaur.