Pearl, Queen of the Danube, City of the Imperial Thermal Baths. The best way to discover the Hungarian capital and get around on foot or with public transport. You can purchase a porcelain antique at the Ecseri markets, or stop to try some typical lángos focaccia, or Túró Rudi, the country's most loved dessert, or perhaps Pálinka, the famous Hungarian grappa served as an aperitif, stepping on-board Europe's first underground railway. Music lovers can visit the Ferenc Liszt Museum or see a concert at St. Michael's Church, while those in search of emotion can reach the Royal Palace using the famous funicular railway, enjoying the spectacular panorama of Buda, Óbuda and Pest, separated from the Danube and connected by seven bridges, with Margaret Island in the middle. The more reflective on the other hand, can relive the city's historical artistic atmosphere from their comfortable seats at the New York Café, where Karl Kraus, Joseph Roth and Frank Wedekind, Péter Esterházy and Péter Zilahy used to meet.