My travels in Hungary.
The streets of the Buda Castle Hill were eerily silent, the only sounds the clattering of our feet on the cobbles and the occasional swish of a street cleaner’s brush. It was too early in the morning for many visitors to be about, so we had the old winding streets
Taking the waters at the hot springs of Budapest is one of the “must do” experiences for many tourists. The Hungarian capital is renowned as a spa city, with over 100 hot springs, and numerous public baths. Széchenyi Baths One of the most popular hot springs in Budapest is the
Eating out in Budapest is one of the pleasures of a visit to the Hungarian capital. Gone are the days when Eastern Europe conjured up an image of bland and tasteless food. Today you can eat very well in Hungary, and Budapest offers the best of national and international cuisine.
Running on a narrow gauge track, the Budapest Children’s Railway provides a scenic 11 km ride through the wooded scenery of the Buda Hills at the back of Budapest. Although very close to the city, it takes you into open countryside and makes a pleasant excursion for families and people