Hop on bus #16, #16A, or #116 to get to the top of Buda. Bus #16 drops you off right in the middle of town or in front of Matthias Church. If you want to take the funicular up to the top you can get off the bus stop at the entrance to the tunnel right across the chain bridge. The funicular costs about 1500 Forint (approx. $7.50) per person round trip and really isn't worth it. Once you get to the center of Buda you will will able to walk around the old town and enjoy lots of sights. There is an open-air Hungarian craft market in the square at Disz ter. It is the only market we found would bargain and they have very nice local crafts. Walk up the hill on Tarnok Utca and follow the sidewalk to find an old look at Buda. There is a Pharmacy Museum that costs 500 forint (approx $2.50) and has a cool collection of historic pharma and an alchemist's lab. The address is Tarnok Utca 18 and is closed on Mondays. Keep going and you will run right into Matthias church and Holy Trinity Square which is the main square in old Buda. You can buy a ticket to tour the inside of the church across the square at the ticket booth embedded in the wall. Cost about 1500 forint per person. When we were there there is so much construction going on inside the church we couldn't see very much so we thought it wasn't really worth the costs. The best part is the architecture and the exterior anyway. Once you visit the church you can't miss Fisherman's Bastien. It is right behind the church. Don't pay extra to go upstairs, the views are the same at street level. Go all over the Bastien as it is beautiful and you can get some great pictures overlooking Pest and Parliament. You will see street performers here and local musicians. Once you see all that there is lots more depending on how tired you are. You can find the 1976 Hilton Hotel, Hospital in the Rock, and the remains of St. Mary Magdalene Church.
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