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Budapest is the most visited tourist destination in Hungary. It is a very well-known cultural, artistic and sports centre. Budapest is one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe and definitely has to be visited.
The city is 25 kilometres long in the north-south direction and 29 kilometres wide in the east-west direction. Its deepest point is the level of the Danube, which at normal levels is about 90 metres above sea level, and its highest point is 529 metres. There are 3 islands on the Danube within Budapest. The Csepel Island, the historical Margaret Island, and the Obudai Island in the North. The Szentendre Island, which is to the North from the capital, reaches all the way up to the Danube Bend. Budapest is the only capital city in the world which has thermal springs.
The journey from Budapest- Vienna - Budapest is very pleasant. The crew offers tea, coffee, juices, you can try traditional Hungarian cuisine (vegetarian options are available). If you prefer to have something simple to eat, you will find a good selection of sandwiches in the buffet restaurant.
You can travel from Budapest on the following days: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday at 0900 in the morning, you will arrive in Vienna at about 1530 local time. You can find the exact ferry terminal address in Budapest on this page.
Budapest International Landing Stage 3.port, 1056 Budapest, Hungary