Kris and I have been in Budapest for a week now, and we've spent much of that time walking along both sides of the Danube, crossing the bridges and strolling the quais just staring at the water, the buildings, the boats and the sky. The Unesco World Heritage distinction for the Budapest Danube landscape is, I think, inspired by the views. Never mind the history. It's just pretty here. All the time.
5 thoughts on “Danube and Parliament, Budapest, Hungary”
We just returned from a week in Budapest. After traveling for a month in central/eastern Europe, Budapest was hands-down our favorite city. And we loved that Hungarian goulash soup!
We love the goulash as well. Budapest is fast becoming one of our favorites, too. And, it’s full of very good restaurants.
Gorgeous. Love that sky. Is a week too long in Budapest?
It’s getting close to too long, although there’s a lot to do here. We could do more.
I’d say it is not too long at all. A) we got the laundry done, B) we’ve only visited one museum gallery so far, and C) we haven’t even had time to take any day trips out around the city. And still more neighborhoods to explore.