After the baths, we bought a 24-hour Budapest travelcard for the current day and the next day so that we could get to the airport. That’s why this time we took a bus to get to the apartment to change our clothes.
Another thing on our to-do list during this trip was to ride a ferry. Paid water trips on ferries cost around €30 but, thanks to the reviews from other tourists on the net, we learned about the riverboats and ferries, which are considered public transport. As we had figured out, there is only one ferry, the D11 ferry, that commutes in the fall and winter. We studied the timetable, and headed to the ferry stop that we had chosen. These ferries are very beautiful inside and it’s hard to believe that you can ride them for free with a travelcard. They have bars and observation decks.