16/02/2018

My Guide To Budapest

From Budapest with love! Quite literally as I am in love with the Hungarian capitol and you can read about my reasons for this unexpected emotional outburst too!
 But first before exploring let's get delicious fuel for the full day of walking around.
 Did I say already that I loved the architecture in Budapest? Let me say it again, I loved it!
I definitely could not have missed a stroll around the Vajdahunyad Castle built in late XIX century. Here you can a find bust of Bela Lugosi and if you do not know who I am talking about I will just say one word: Dracula.
I can easily imagine how spooky this place could be at night especially during the winter when all of the leaves are gone.




What else could a girl could ask for? Perfect fairytale surroundings! 
Well, a girl could ask for puppies! The park around the Vajdahunyad Castle delivers many, many puppies! Goodbye day, I will just sit here and watch all of the furry cuteness. 
 How could I not stay for longer to just quietly creep on people's dogs?
 But it was time to go back and continue exploring Budapest.
Time for one of my fears that I still try to smush and enjoy Sziget Eye! I am ready to take pictures from the top.
 And... I did not take any because I was too scared. Next time Budapest!
Danubius fountain, located in Erzsebet Square, the artwork and its unique history just took my breath away! Moved to its new home after WWII this fountain was the meeting point for many years for the people of Budapest. Three females are representation of Danube, the second largest river in Europe.
As always I could not help myself so I stopped by and looked for my favourite locks.
 Denno and Robbo! I want to know if you completed your challenge!
Morning was gone in no time! Time for a break and White Mission in Gozsdu Mission. If you like escape rooms that was the best one we have been to so far. We have only done four but it does not change the fact this was number one.
 I would not be myself if I did not stop by all the pretty things on our way!
I also would not be myself if I did not take a picture of a furry cutie nearby to St Stephens Basilica. Can you tell yet that I want a dog?  
And since I am already taking photos why not to take another one with outfit inspiration.
Little Princess statue, located in Pest side, is a must see and of course touch! Did you know that you can find a copy of this statue in Japan?
Time to explore Buda side! Time is ticking and we are pretty hungry so it was a quick visit. I have to return and explore all the foodie places around there.

 And after all day of exploring Budapest... There is still SPArty to attend!
Writing this post is making me want to get tickets ASAP and just fly back! 
Can I tempt you?
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  1. So many dogs!! Budapest is getting higher up my list of places to visit :)

    Christy x

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    1. Hopefully it will be number one soon! It's really underestimated capitol that is just asking for more attention!

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  2. I've never been to Budapest, but I definitely want to go now! That stained glass window is stunning :)

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    1. It was breathtaking! I've stopped there for a good few minutes checking how the glass is catching light. x

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  3. I absolutely love Budapest! When I went, they had an evening where every museum and gallery was open all night long, and you only needed one ticket!

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    1. Museums' Night! I love the idea! I think they do it sometimes in Scotland, England, Poland, and Paris. It's probably an event happening across the Europe but I am not sure so please double check if you want to take advantage of it ;) What was your favourite museum in Budapest?

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  5. I love this post! My grandmother in Hungarian and actually grew up in Budapest. Though I had never been until last summer, I was raised on the food (which is amazing!), but now that I've been I really love this city! Brilliant post.

    Hana xxx
    www.lifeaccordingtous.co.uk

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    1. What was your favourite part of Budapest?:) x

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