Fare #13 Budapest

The unification of two ancient settlements, the Hungarian capital is a city of stunning architecture, kitchens churning out comforting classics, and a verve for social politics.
In Fare: Budapest:
Dine at Rosenstein, a stalwart of Jewish-Hungarian cuisine, where matzah ball soup, chicken paprikash, and poppyseed cakes are treated with reverence
Step into the healing waters of the Gellért Thermal Baths, one of Buda's grandest art-nouveau buildings and a living piece of the city's ancient bathing culture

Meet Peter Pallai, a jazz critic and former radio producer who, as a child, was sheltered from the Nazis and later fought in the revolution against Hungary’s communist regime

Learn about the past, present, and (socially-minded) future of Budapest's infamous and innovative ruin bars

Partake in “Lomtalanítás,” an annual tradition in which spring cleaning turns into a citywide treasure hunt

- 200 pages of full-colour photographs, illustrations, original articles, interviews and essays
- 170mm x 240 mm, lithographically printed on Munken Print White and Amadeus Silk stock; perfect bound