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by Emma Roper-Evans,Annabel Barber

ePub Visible Cities Budapest: A City Guide (Visible Cities Guidebook series) download
Author:
Emma Roper-Evans,Annabel Barber
ISBN13:
978-9632129860
ISBN:
9632129865
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Publisher:
Somerset, Ltd.; 3rd edition (September 28, 2004)
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Subcategory:
Europe
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1735 kb
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1349 kb
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4.8
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Annabel Barber is the author of Visible Cities Dubrovnik and Visible Cities Vienna. Emma Roper-Evans is the coauthor of Visible Cities Krakow. They both live in Budapest, Hungary.

Annabel Barber is the author of Visible Cities Dubrovnik and Visible Cities Vienna. Series: Visible Cities Guidebook series.

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ISBN13:9781905131167. Release Date:November 2006.

Here, Budapest's fascinating history, legends, and native character are revealed in detail, and readers are offered an opportunity to acquaint themselves with the architecture, inhabitants, food, and wine of the region. Unexpected historical details reveal what the Habsburg emperor said about Europe's most beautiful opera house, why the Hungarians eat paprika, and who bowed to the ground in thanks when he first saw Buda.

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book by Annabel Barber. A new, high quality cultural guidebook series, "Visible Cities" fills the gap between the mainly black and white backpacker guides and the glossy, high-graphic, low content color series. Includes plenty of readable details and anecdotes with diagrams and maps.

Visible Cities Guidebook Series. By (author) Emma Roper-Evans, By (author) Annabel Barber. Eight guided walks highlight the city’s ancient history, grandiose architecture, vibrant culture, savory restaurants, and local traditions. Format Paperback 263 pages. Dimensions 132 x 196 x 18mm 48. 2g. Publication date 28 Sep 2004. Publisher Visible Cities. Publication City/Country Budapest, Hungary.

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With rich images and detailed text, the tumultuous history, local legends, and colorful character of Budapest are revealed in this visual travel guide. Travelers will discover what the Hapsburg emperor said about Europe’s most beautiful opera house, why the Hungarians eat paprika, and who bowed to the ground in thanks when he first saw Buddha. The coffeehouses of Budapest and their resident poets, the steamy Turkish baths, and the old haunts of the pashas, the stern-faced symbols of Communism and the Renaissance splendors of a vanished world, are described in lively detail. Eight guided walks highlight the city’s ancient history, grandiose architecture, vibrant culture, savory restaurants, and local traditions.
  • The authors provide maps and information for self-guided walks in four different areas of Budapdest. All walks are easily accomplished on foot and have start and stop points that conveniently lead into the other prescribed routes. The interesting tidbits included in this book allowed me to see and understand aspects of Budapest that I would have otherwise missed. The book does not include hotel or restaurant suggestions.

  • Ms. Barber and Roper-Evans know more about Budapest and its history, culture, sights and amenities than almost any native Hungarian. The guidebook is well-designed, edited and contains sufficient (not overwhelming) historical and cultural information for a traveler to appreciate Budapest as if he/she were a a privileged insider. This is a "must-buy" guide if you are traveling to Budapest.