DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide: Budapest Paperback – 1 May 2014
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The book is very small - the size of a DL envelope. Consequently it is easy to carry around, and to put in your pocket. Its weight is very low so it won't weigh on your pocket.
It is divided by area with restaurant reviews for each, plus recommendations for shops, bars and hotels.
It can't provide detail - it can provide `the big picture'.
I now normally take two travel guides with me - one of these Top 10 ones and a detailed travel guide, to get the best of both worlds. If you just have a detailed travel guide, you can miss out on things that you wish you had visited.
On a separate issue, I prefer the paperback version over the Kindle version. I previously bought the Kindle version of a different DK Top 10 Eyewitness travel guide (for the Algarve) because I am a Kindle lover - to my surprise, I found the Kindle format terribly irritating. It taught me that when using a travel guide, you want to be able to flick quickly through it and jump around easily - that's SO much easier with a physical book.
In addition, you want it to be in colour - you can cure that by taking your iPad with you but an iPad is bigger and heavier than this book in its paperback version. You can get round that if you have an iPad mini or a large screen smartphone but you are still left with the problem of being unable to flick around the book quickly.
Travel guides just don't work well in the Kindle format, in my opinion.Read more ›
If you're planning a trip to Budapest, this guide is essential!
We actually used one of the restaurant suggestions and thoroughly enjoyed Klassz as it was more of a local restaurant instead of he usual touristy ones guides seem to recommend.
See an Opera if you can (cost us £14 for both of us to watch the New Years Day Gala Symphony - and what a better way tk view the opera house), take a day trip to Szentendre and skip Aquincum....and have a fabulous time...just make sure to take along this book!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect book for a long weekend visit ! All the major attractions listed and much, much more !Published 13 days ago by KC
We struggled with this book. Much of the information is incorrect or out of date:
Inaccurate description of Angelika "patisserie" - it has a pub style menu... Read more
Brilliant book which really helped make the most of holiday. Arrived quickly. A compact travel companion.Published 2 months ago by Chris Hale
Great for a short trip to Budapest when we didn't know anything about the city. Nicely formatted + quick delivery :)Published 3 months ago by Zoe
DK eyewitness are fab
Had one for my visit to Prague too
Great advice and easy access to the information