Cheap hotels in Rozsadomb & Víziváros, Budapest
Budapest's Turkish history is most readily apparent in Rózsadomb ("Rose Hill" in English). The area is dotted with Hun- and Turk-era bath houses, like the 19th-century Lukács Baths and the Király bath house, built by the Turks in 1566.
Along the riverfront you'll find Margit Bridge, which leads to the expansive parks of Margit Island, and Gül Baba's Tomb, the burial site of a Bektash dervish and poet. The wide streets down here are lined with clothing shops, grocery stores and cafés, while the steeper parts of the neighborhood maintain a quiet, residential feel.