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Also known as Stove cake, the tall, cylindrical cinnamon and sugar dusted sweet has been labelled the oldest pastry in Hungary and even has it’s own festival.
Best eaten at - Molnar’s Kürtőskalács, Vaci Utca 31, Budapest
This delicious deep-friend flatbread is an iconic Budapest street food. Topped with cheese and sour cream, add ham, garlic and other ingredients to flavour. Think pizza but naughtier.
Best eaten at - Lángos Land, Fény Street Market, Budapest
Swimming costume - You have to visit the Széchenyi thermal bath in Budapest.
Warm clothing - Head heading to Hungary during the winter months, and you’ll need to wrap up warm.
Map and guidebook - It’s easy to get overwhelmed when deciding what to see in Hungary; definitely invest in a good guidebook to help with your Hungary travel plans.
Phone cards - Nobody likes data roaming charges, so if you want to call home, ensure you’ve got a phone card: public phone boxes rarely accept coins.
A good appetite - With such a variety of traditional cuisine on offer, you’ll want to make sure you try everything on the menu.