The good, 'bad' and beautiful in Budapest

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While chatting to Tim Webster on his Talking Travel segment, YourLifeChoices was delighted to share the top five experiences in one of Europe’s most underrated cities. Tim adores travel, as does Kaye, so listen to them chat about the good, ‘bad’ and beautiful in Budapest.

Have you been to Budapest? What was your favourite feature?

Listen to more great podcasts on Macquarie Radio’s Talking Lifestyle.


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