The next day we decided to explore the entire city. Our first stop was the historic Buda Castle. Like other Castles of Eastern Europe it is also perched up on a hill which is now popularly known as Castle district. We took a shared auto which is basically like an Hop On Hop off Tour but there was also an option of Furnicular ride to the castle. A former residence of Ottoman Empire and later Hungarian kings the massive palace complex houses the Matthias Churce, a museum, a gallery, the Magdalena Tower, Churches, and the impressive Presidential Palace where the changing of the Guards.The guards nicely move in unison. And the changing is often appreciated by some applause from the bystanders and tourists. At the end of the changing of the guards, the soldiers go back into the palace of the president
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The final stop for the night is at Callas, which is one of the oldest coffee shops, where you get to try one of their yummy cakes, along with a hot drink of your choice, like hot chocolate.
The one street food you have to try in Budapest is Langos, which you can have it from the food stalls on the first floor in the Grand Market Hall, or at Retro Langos. Langos or Langosh, is leavened dough fried in high quality oil, brushed with fresh garlic, sprinkled with salt, and served with the serving of your choice. The best toppings has to be that of sour cream, cheese and onion, and either bacon/ham or anything else. It is essentially a crispy, strechy deep fried snack, ready in moments.