Budapest Treadmill Walking Video

holiday street scene in Budapest, Hungary
I love central Europe in the winter. There’s just something magical about it.

We stayed in Budapest for a Month during the Holidays and loved the city. So much to see and experience! The holiday markets around Christmas are a treat for the senses. It’s cold but tolerable, especially with hot food, hot chocolate, and hot glüwein!

Budapest, Vaci Utca to Central Market – Virtual Walk Treadmill Exercise Video – 4K – City Walks

Let’s go hiking in Budapest! I filmed this Treadmill Exercise Video as a free walking tour along Vasci Utca (street) in Downtown Budapest.
It’s Christmas time and I pass through a couple of Christmas Markets as I make my way from St Istvan (St Stevens) Basilica through Erzebet Ter (Elizabeth Squarte), Deak Ferenc Ter, Fashion Street, and Vorosmarty Ter to Vasci Utca. There are several Hotels including the Ritz, and many restaurants, bistros, cafes, and places to eat. Also many souvenir shops. But really, the fun is in crashing your diet by sampling the stalls in the Christmas markets. MMMMMmmmm.

Eventually we make our way to Nagy Vasarcsarnok (Central Market). It was closed on the day I walked, but I returned later to film a few minutes walking around the inside so stick around to the end. The Central Market is also right where the beautiful green, iron Liberty Bridge crosses the Danube River over to Gellert hill and spa.

Inside the central market of Budapest
Sensory overload at all the amazing things in Central Market

I’m your tour guide on this free walking tour around downtown Budapest, HU. It’s a bustling, historic, beautiful city on the Danube River. This free tour Budapest starts near the Danube and the Parliament buildign downtown and meanders through the historic area towards Nyugati Train Station and West Point mall and is a great treadmill video Downtown free walking tours Budapest.

Nine more virtual walks and tours around Budapest Hungary

Budapest, Hungary – Walk along the Danube River
Budapest, Hungary – Jewish Quarter Walking Tour
Budapest Hungary Walk – Fisherman’s Bastion to Royal Palace
Budapest, Hungary Walk around Nyugati Train Station
Budapest, Hungary – Heroes’ Square and City Park Walking Tour
Budapest Hungary St Stephen’s Basilica Tour
Budapest Christmas Market Walking Tour
Budapest, Hungary Walk – Parliament to Nyugati Station
Virtual Tour on Andrassy Avenue in Budapest, Hungary

pots of steaming glüwine at a Christmas market stall in Budapest
It’s hard to imagine something more festive than the Christmas Markets of Europe

If you are making a free tour Budapest treadmill walk, or looking for a Budapest walking tour free from the smells of the city, this may be the walking tour for you. Free walking Budapest tours can be found by a quick search but this will give you a nice idea of what to do in December. This virtual walking tour will go from the historic Parliament building over to the Nyugati train station. This citytrip Budapest is a nice starter for our coming Budapest walks and is a great Budapest free tour. We had taken a free guided tour Budapest the day before and learned just enough to get myself into trouble. Budapest free walking tours can be arranged by reservation and require only a tip at the end if you feel like it. Free Budapest tours can be a great way to get started on your visit and city sightseeing budapest. When you’ve watched all of our Budapest walking tours

There are many hotels downtown Budapest that we pass by in this and other city virtual tours we filmed on our stay (see above). Hotels in Budapest, Hungary can be found downtown or out by the train stations and all parts of the city.

If you choose to visit Budapest, there are many things to do and Budapest events and activities today and every day. So, sit back and check out these city sights as we tour around the Budapest tourist attractions.

Wikipedia:

The Great Market Hall or Central Market Hall (Hungarian “Nagyvásárcsarnok”) is the largest and oldest indoor market in Budapest, Hungary. Begun in 1896 and finished in 1897, the market has a wonderful historic style. Váci utca (Váci street) is one of the main pedestrian thoroughfares and perhaps the most famous street of central Budapest, Hungary. It features many restaurants and shops catering primarily to the tourist market. The Lonely Planet says “It’s tourist central, but the line of cafés and shops are worth seeing — at least once.” The street opens to Vörösmarty Square. It is located at the end of the famous pedestrian shopping street Váci utca and on the Pest side of the Liberty bridge at Fővám square.

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