Budapest at Night

Walking ancient European cities at night is more evocative than when dodging huge tour groups daytime.

Especially with a flask of wine.

Budapest is famed for spas. Of many options I decided on the Rudas Baths.

Aside from a swimming pool it has a variety of steam rooms, each with different temperature, smell and ambient music.

Also hot plunges of different temperatures. And cold baths.

One thing I don’t like about Budapest is the riverside. Unlike Prague, it’s not pleasant to be there. Both sides are built up with roads and rail.

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Rick Mc

Career gymnastics coach who loves the outdoors, and the internet.

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