Budapest City Guide - Cosmetic Surgery and Holiday in Budapest

Budapest, capital city of Hungary - best place for a meditourist

Traveling for cosmetic plastic surgery abroad, to Hungary is still travel, which means that you have a chance to see a foreign country, perhaps one you have never been to. You will also need some time to recover after your surgery. With this in mind, we suggest combining your medical trip with easy sightseeing tours before or after your surgery or a relaxing holiday at one of the spa centers in Budapest during the period of your recuperation.
Visitors to Budapest will quickly see how it has managed to blend several centuries of architectural and cultural heritage with all the innovations thrown at it by modern life. Historic buildings and monuments are gradually being renovated and restored and if time allows, visitors would be well advised to make a plan in order to see as much as possible of this beautiful city.

The Castle District, the River Danube embankments and the whole of Andrássy út have been officially recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites and it would indeed be a shame to miss them out. And whilst up in the Castle District a visit to the Matthias Church and perhaps to a museum as well can be heartily recommended, a look out at the panoramic view of the whole city from the Fishermen’s Bastion) is an absolute must! In Pest, arguably the most important touristic area is Andrássy út (Andrássy avenue). As far as Kodály Körönd both sides are lined with large shops and flats built close together. Between there and Heroes’ Square the houses are detached and altogether grander. Under the whole lenght of Andrássy út runs continental Europe’s first Underground railway, most of whose stations retain their original appearance. Heroes’ Square is dominated by the Millenary Monument, with the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in front. To the sides are the Museum of Fine Arts and the Palace of Arts and behind the City Park opens out, with Vajdahunyad Castle on its own island in the small lake, and further off the Zoo, the Circus and the Fun Fair.

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Budapest - Culture

The city leaders consider it their fundamental task to make Budapest a liveable and pleasant city. A place where local people and visitors can find a variety of leisure activities and entertainment. In recent years the lively café life that had characterised Budapest in the early 20th century has also been rekindled. Walking around the city, visitors are lured by a multitude of cafés and restaurants with terraces, particularly in the increasing number of pedestrian zones. A favoured entertainment area is Liszt Ferenc Square and its vicinity, and recently renewed Ráday Street.

The cultural life of Budapest would be inconceivable without buoyant nights in the theatre. Many of the renowned old theatres have been remodelled over the past few years including the Operetta Theatre and Thalia Theatre. In 2002 the National Theatre, demolished in the 1960’s, was rebuilt on a new site.

“Szabó Ervin” Central Public Library had also undergone spectacular renewal and expansion which was accomplished in 2001, making it one of the largest and most moderns public libraries in Central Europe. Renewal of the network of branches has also been started recently.
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Budapest - Leisure and Recreation

Parks and green areas are the most popular places of recreation. Of the total area of Budapest 13.4% is forest and 2.3% is parks. The Budapest Environmental Protection Programme envisions to increase the proportion of forests to at least 16%, and of parks, to 5.5% in the next five years.

Margitsziget, or Margaret Island is one of the most popular places of recreation. From spring to autumn, hundreds of people visit the island to find rest or active recreation among its trees and bushes. Surrounded by the Danube, the island’s 5.3 kilometres circumference is eminently suitable for running, jogging or cycling.

Budapest - Margaret Island

The City Park on the Pest side hosts several major events every year. Created originally to serve as a site for the Millennium Celebration in 1896, the park near downtown Budapest offers entertainment to local people and visitors alike with its monuments, ponds, outdoor restaurants and cafés. Its lanes and alleys and open spaces are is also favoured by sport lovers: cyclists, roller skaters and joggers.
Budapest Budapest Zoo is a favourite place of entertainment of both locals and visitors. Boasting many buildings preserved as monuments, the Budapest Zoo launched a major reconstruction project in the mid-1990’s which has been going on to date. As a result, the old buildings regained their original splendour and the number of visitors has been continuously increasing. The designers pay special attention to providing an appropriate environment to both animals and plants while preserving the constructed environment evoking the atmosphere of the first decade of the 20th century and considered today as part of our national heritage.

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