Shoe Sculpture on the Danube - Budapest During World War II, the Arrow Cross (Hungarian Fascists) would take Jews from the Budapest ghetto down to the Danube River and shoot them so that they would fall into the river. These shoes (bronze but in the style of that era) are lined up along the Embankment, not far from the location of the Hungarian Parliament.
Thermal baths are to Budapest what baguettes and boulangeries are to Paris or yellow taxis are to New York. Locals and visitors enjoy the cleansing and healing benefits of the thermal water, sometimes while enjoying a game of chess. Via @insidetravellab
Szimpla Kert Farmer's Market - on every Sundays, it is a real treat to come here and enjoy the warm atmosphere and the great produces of the Hungarian farmers. Don't miss it, the famous "Ruin Bar" of the Budapest nightlife will show you another side of it.