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Down a quiet, tree-lined street in one of the wealthiest districts of Bucharest, a seemingly unassuming villa hides a unique history, one that visitors have only been able to delve into since the building was finally opened to the public in March 2016.

The ghosts of Bucharest’s past: a tour of the Spring Palace

Down a quiet, tree-lined street in one of the wealthiest districts of Bucharest, a seemingly unassuming villa hides a unique history, one that visitors have only been able to delve into since the building was finally opened to the public in March

A Day in Budapest's Eighth District: city guide

A day in Budapest's Eighth District: city guide

Budapest's Eighth District is shaking off its rough reputation, with cafes, clubs and great art spaces opening up in an area laden with faded grandeur, writes Will Coldwell

The capital of multicultural Sicily, Palermo regularly ranks as one of the world’s top destinations for street food.

Dare to taste: Palermo's authentic street food

The capital of multicultural Sicily, Palermo regularly ranks as one of the world’s top destinations for street food.

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An insider's guide to Bucharest: manele music and pastry-scented metro stops

Mérida, capital of the Mexican state of Yucatán, is a beautiful colonial city with plenty to do.

Two days in Bucharest: from ‘little Paris’ to ‘new Berlin’

Mérida, capital of the Mexican state of Yucatán, is a beautiful colonial city with plenty to do.

Not dissimilar to the arrondissements of Paris, Budapest’s neighbourhoods come with their own distinct personality that gradually changes as you cross from one district into another.

Budapest district-hopping: how to explore the top neighbourhoods

From the stately monuments of Castle Hill to a revitalised industrial quarter on the banks of the Danube, here are our top picks for exploring the multifaceted Hungarian capital.

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Thermal pool at Rudas Baths, the most authentically Turkish in Budapest © Sarah Coghill / Lonely Planet

My city: Budapest

Thermal pool at Rudas Baths, the most authentically Turkish in Budapest © Sarah Coghill / Lonely Planet

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