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Who would think that as temperatures hover around the freezing mark, there is one place in Budapest in winter where visitors encounter tropical weather... This is Budapest Zoo, which is open to the public every day around the year.
A fairy-tale land with a special illumination and sound show welcomes visitors on Margaret Island, Budapest, on the grounds of the Palatinus Bath.
The Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest hosts what is currently the largest El Greco exhibition in the world, opening its doors to the public after eight years of preparation. The 16th-century painter Domenikos Theotokopoulos, known as “The Greek”, who originated from Crete but became famous in Spain, was indisputably a prominent figure in European religious painting.
One of Budapest’s most beautiful sights in wintertime regularly admired by tourists visiting the city is the colourful cavalcade of people skating on City Park Ice Rink.
Budapest is now a cycling-friendly city: the spectacular changes of recent years have taken effect due to an explosion in cycling traffic, among others. The public bicycle system was revamped, returning to the streets of Budapest with much better bikes, easier and cheaper rentals, while new bike storage facilities are being built, bike lanes are multiplying and many improvements have been implemented. But who are the people that have done so much to promote cycling culture.
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