June - July 2014
After a very quick visit to Poland we headed to Hungary. It had been on our bucket lists for a long time and it didn't disappoint.
We based ourselves in Budapest for 10 days, the capital and largest city in Hungary. Buda and Pest occupy both sides of the river Danube forming Budapest.
Budpest is cited as being on of the most beautiful cities in Europe and we would have to agree. It has extensive World Heritage Sites, the second oldest metro line in the world, geothermal springs and not to mention the third largest Parliament House in the world.
With over 4.3 million tourists a year, we can see why it's the 25th most popular city in the world.
You will discover something interesting around every corner in beautiful Budapest, from castles to baths to parks and attractions. But if you’re like me and like working with lists, then this will be a tremendous help. 8 things to do with your kids in Budapest, Hungary...
Did you realise Budapest is actually two cities on the opposite banks of the Danube River? Buda on the west and Pest on the east. Budapest had been on my bucket list for a long, long time. I had seen such magnificent photos of the city, I knew I must visit. And after reading this you'll be dreaming of visiting too...
Follow Erin as she travelled solo from Budapest, Hungary to London, UK via Bratislava in Slovakia in 1 day. And finally the confrontation in Luton Airport that resulted in a sad face. It was a strange adventure, and even weirder ending.
It’s not very often you stay in a lavish hotel in the middle of a bustling, historic city that let’s you wash your clothes for free. And that’s why Mamaison Residence Izabella Budapest quickly became one of my favourite family-friendly hotels.