Learn About Budapest's Danube River

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Learn about how the Danube River has affects Budapest's history yesterday, today and tomorrow, in this free video series.

Part of the Video Series: How to Travel in Budapest
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Video Transcript

My name is Csaba Tamas. I'm a travel guide and I work for Yellow Zebra. We're having this tour around the city of Budapest today in Hungary. The Chain Bridge is really close to the traditional walking area of the Pest side, the Danube course or walking visage. The beginning of the nineteen hundreds, there were so many coffees, restaurants and really nice places open for the public. That's why this area was called the eastern Paris; because of the busy social life and a lot of people getting close to the Chain Bridge getting to the Buda side. And this is still a traditional walking area now days. But before we go to the Buda side we should wander around more on the Pest side which is two thirds of the capitol. That's the bigger area. Buda is only one third of the whole city and two million people live in Budapest. More and more people come to work in the capitol and live in the city, for their free time commuting into the city from the agglomeration which is growing especially in the past fifteen or twenty years.


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