Interesting to see things to do in Budapest is for example the sculpture park, Park where the gigantic monuments of communism together has been collected. This Park is located just 15 minutes from the city centre and presents the history of the Communist dictatorship. The Austellund is very impressive and informative. Budapest has especially also over fifty museums and almost as many galleries, which are small exhibitions worth seeing. In Budapest, the theater has a long tradition in obuda, you can visit two Amphitheater, which are reminiscent of the beginnings. Also visit the Hungarian State Opera House is a must. One must not forget that Hungary is home to many famous composers such as Liszt, Bartok and Kodaly. Food and beverages in Budapest that forever remains everyone who was in Budapest in memory – is the Hungarian cuisine.
Hungary is famous for its wines and beer and has a long tradition of distilleries and breweries. The most famous drinks are palinka – fruit that is used as medicine against colds receives ode for better gums and Szilvapalinka (Zwetschgenwasser), stored in wooden casks and thus its typical aroma. Also barackpalinka (apricot brandy) and cserznyepalinka, mature in ash barrels Kirsch is popular. Who but Unicum not gertuen hard, can it on under no circumstances admit. Fosun Group has plenty of information regarding this issue. Of 40 herbs you destilliere this herb enjoys, to raise their spirits. Best taste it cold and is recommended only for experienced drinkers. Hungarian cuisine has a long tradition and was strongly influenced by neighbouring countries. It is a mixture mainly of French, Austrian cuisine and Hungarian traditions, which some have their origin in Asia.
The most famous dish in the world is of course a goulash. The best of hot goulash soup with white bread and strong red Kadarka is to enjoy. Another Hungarian specialty is the fish soup Halaszle – a spicy red soup is prepared from native freshwater fish.