The moment I step foot in an airplane I realise – again – how much I love travelling. Every chance and opportunity I get to travel, I take. So when my mother figured it only costed 15 euro to fly to Budapest with Ryanair, I kindly pushed her a little to check for a hotel too and to inform her that I’m definitely available on those dates. And off we went. Three days Budapest as a post-exam, pre-classes February getaway.
We had lovely sunny weather on Saturday and Sunday. On Monday it rained and was really cold, so we didn’t really do anything then. You can definitely tell which picture was taken when. But I have to say, the pictures from Monday are actually my favourite. I’ve added some addresses of places I’d recommend. Other than that, I’d say Budapest is a perfect mid-season city trip to walk around in and to relax. It’s a gorgeous city and I had a really lovely time.
Puli – Budapest, 1061, Andrássy út 34, 1061 Hungary
Bomo Art – Budapest, Régi posta utca 14., 1052 Hungary
Akademia Italia – Budapest, Szent István tér 12, 1051 Hungary
Cyrano – Budapest, Kristóf tér 7, 1052 Hungary
Carlton – Budapest, Apor Péter u. 3, 1011 Hungary