Another trip to Hungary last month. Time to meet up with family and friends again. So we jumped into the car and started the long drive. About 19 hours later (luckily it went faster on the way back) we arrived save and sound in Hungary. After a good night sleep and a proper breakfast, we were good to go again and ready for the days ahead.
No matter how many times you visit Budapest, it never gets boring. 🙂 There’s always something (new) to be seen, a place to go or simply enjoy the city as it is.
There are the obvious sites you have to visit as a tourist. And they’re not all above ground. The Budapest Metro system is one of those nice surprises the city holds. Line 1 (M1) and 4 (M4) especially. My idea was to ride the Metro and take some photos while doing so.
Unfortunately I had to fly back home last Sunday. But because we wanted to show the little one to the family in Budapest and have a night out in town we arrived in Budapest on Saturday already.
With family members around to watch Iván we could escape for a couple of hours and enjoy the buzz of a Saturday night in Budapest.
After having dinner we went for a short walk by crossing the river Danube using the Széchenyi Chain Bridge (one of Budapests landmarks).
Whenever we go to Hungary we stop at Budapest (and I don’t mean just the airport :)). Apart from visiting Adri’s family, we always like to go out and enjoy the city.
Last year we combined our holiday in Hungary with a visit to Vienna. This year Adri suggested we could drive to Croatia from Hungary and spend a couple of days there. She had been there before and really liked it. I must admit I didn’t immediately warmed up to the idea. But after checking some pictures and reading more about it that quickly turned around and I was suddendly really looking forward to go there .