Budapest

My visit to this remarkable city was a complete surprise, so I did not have time to prepare.
I always look for information about the city I want to visit – what to visit, what to eat, what to buy ….
This time was different, because in the end someone else took care of the entire organization 🙂 and I could enjoy views and did not even think once about the travel plan.
Budapest consists of 2 parts :Buda and Pest Danube split. Both sides unusual.

The most popular and worth seeing:
Gellert Hill – one of the best panoramic views of Budapest ,on the Gellert Hill you can also visit Citadel , Gellert Hill Cave Church and the Statue of Liberty,

the Hungarian Parliament (worth going inside, but I would recommend to buy a tickets in advance because tickets quickly disappear and there is no Polish guide tickets :(,

Chain Bridge, Andrássy Avenue (Andrássy út),

Matthias Church and amazing the Fishermen’s Bastion with a terrace in neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque style (personally for me the most beautiful),

Royal Palace – Buda Castle – You can admire Buda Castle and the Castle District in several ways – I decided to start my tour  via funicular or you can find other ways to  explore.

Park Vorosliget + Vajdahunyad Castle and Heroes’ Square – most of the things I was able to visit in Budapest.
In addition to the sightseeing, guests can of course take advantage of Hungarian cuisine and delicacies that serves, I was tempted to famous Hungarian stew several times and have not regretted.
Purchasing and Tokaj is one word – amazing and to what price !!! I would recommend it as a gift and for your own use 🙂
It’s short and quickly trip to Budapest ….