We got back from Budapest late on Thursday, having been slightly delayed due to snow which we had lots of during our stay. It made for a beautiful visit, some of the time it was very clear with blue skies and thankfully the day we visited the thermal baths it was like that, others it was grey and blizzardy but it was really lovely.This one of the most famous views of the city, of the Parliament building taken from the castle area.
We packed so much into our 4 days and as usual I have lots to show you. We stayed in a very lovely studio apartment, Nova Apartments which was really spacious, well equipped and very warm, another great find from Expedia.
It was 20 mins walk from the centre of town and in an area full of bars, restaurants and ruin pubs so we had some really great meals out.I am gluten free and Mum is a vegetarian so main meals were easy to find but I did eat a lot of goulash for lunches which was really lovely and kept me warm for sightseeing.
We spent so much time just wandering around looking at the beautiful buildings, there is lots of Art Deco there which I love, as well as Gothic architecture, amazing churches and castles, an feast of wonderful architecture.
The street where we stayed had some tailor’s shops and I loved these adverts.They reminded me of all my vintage print fabric.
I will be back later in the week with some more pictures for you, I am having a nice relax this weekend finishing of embroidering doll faces and am hoping to be able to make some progress with these tomorrow afternoon.
Take care and thanks for visiting.
3 thoughts on “Budapest, lots of snow, lots of goulash!”
It sounds and looks like a lovely visit. I visited Budapest in summer and loved it! A great place.
Now I really want to go to Budapest!
It is really lovely and very compact and cheap to go as well. Most meals out in the evening were about £15 for both of us with a drink so a very reasonable holiday.