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Just went to Hungary last summer. Tickets range between 1000 to 3000 dollars per person, depending on the time of travel and how many stops are involved. Average about 1400 with two stops. That is very expensive! However the country is amazing. So much to see, from metropolitan Budapest to the castles of the middle ages as well as plenty of historical places in and between. People are super friendly and the food is amazing!! While it is not as popular as France or Italy it still offers magnificent architecture, rich history, and great waters for less. Not cheap buy any means, but still cheaper than the above mentioned places. Would I go again? You bet. I would love to venture into Transylvania and perhaps try Hungary's great underground public baths.
Istanbul looks interesting and will consider another time. In September, my destination is a return visit to Switzerland and Italy.
Looks like the picture of Cartagena is in one of the more frequented touristy spots that I can remember. You don't have to look hard to see the hillsides; barren of trees and covered with shacks. The streets in the city are gritty...maybe it has changed since my visit there in the 90's. However, the night life was great.
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