EAN-139781906261184   EAN-13 barcode 9781906261184
Product NameMichelin Green Guide Budapest Hungary, 2e (Green Guide/Michelin)
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionHeight:8.75 inches / Length:0.5 inches / Weight:0.74 pounds / Width:4.5 inches
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Length4.81 inches    (convert)
Weight11.84 ounces    (convert)
Page Count336
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Long DescriptionThe long-standing Michelin Travel Guides are an ideal travel companion for travelers who really want to connect with the world. Get to know the local way of life through detailed background information on the country, people, and culture. Quickly identify the best places to visit using Michelin's star rating system. The best sites are highlighted on the sites map or you can follow a pre-planned driving tour. Experience two towns in one with Michelin?s Green Guide Budapest and Hungary: Hungary?s capital, Budapest, comprises Buda and Pest. Join the locals for a morning dip in a thermal bath in Buda, visit Pest?s museums in the afternoon, and end your day with an evening cruise down the Danube. Whether it?s a day trip to Lake Balaton or a walk around Bkki Nemzeti Park, Hungary has a wealth of opportunities for any sightseer.
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