If anyone ever questioned Budapest's many faces, here they have the Mediterranean. The little curvy streets or Rózsadomb lead down to the Danube, reminding the city of it's Ottoman past. Sadly, very few buildings still stand:Gül Baba's türbe (mausoleum) and several baths, of which Rudas is the most famous and popular. They are all spread around the first and second districts of Buda, this little street seen here leads to the türbe. No season is better than spring to visit this area, just locate the mausoleum on the map and try a random route upwards for some small Budapest surprises.