Thirteen Photos from Budapest, Hungary

Growing up, I loved playing Where in Europe is Carmen Sandiego? That elusive Carmen Sandiego would always end up in far away lands, frequently found in the Soviet Bloc, eluding Interpol. I loved finding her. Later on, with the Bourne movie series, my love for Eastern Europe was rekindled. Prague remains one of the most beautiful cities I’ve visited and I dreamed of seeing Budapest. Well boys and girls, dreams come true. After the Amalfi Coast, we made it to Budapest. A city that Deya repeatedly called “grand.” A fitting adjective for this historic place. The Hungarian Parliament Building is not only larger than the US Capitol Building but more than 88 pounds of gold were used in its construction. Hotel Rum was HQ during our stay and we highly recommend it, especially due to the breathtaking rooftop breakfast. Be sure to not miss the street art and ruin bar tour, it’s awesome. The Szechenyi and Gellert thermal baths are unique and you’ve got to photograph the city from Gellert Hill at night. Find my top thirteen photos below plus the gallery.

Szechenyi Spa Baths

Gellért Thermal Baths and Swimming Pool

Tram Transport at the Great Market Hall (Nagycsarnok)

Deya at For Sale Bar Budapest

Mirror Image at the Aria Hotel

Hungarian Parliament Building

Budapest Stumble Stones

Szimpla Kert Ruin Bar Trabant

Hungarian Parliament Building Interior

Mazel Tov Ruin Bar

Budapest Panorama from Gellert Hill

Hungarian Parliament Building at Night in Budapest

Shoes on the Danube River

Check out the full album below:

Budapest | June 2018

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