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  1. Széchenyi Spa + Palinka Museum
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  3. Budapest City Audio Guide
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Lisbeth Holm,  Denmark Denmark
14 Oct 2023
Its has been very easy to use, transportation has been so Nice. For museums - be aware - that it only covers the normal exhibition. The Cave was Nice and the bath extreamly a rest in a Big city
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Karen,  United States United States
07 Dec 2023
Lots of free things to see or discounted tickets. Great public transportation! Would have loved to do the city tours but we wandered on our own.
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Anne,  Canada Canada
02 Dec 2023
A very good investment. Was able to use public transport plus take free walking tours. Made sightseeing very easy.
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