‘Paris of the East’, Budapest is a tale of two halves. While Buda is hilly and luxurious; Pest is the opposite as flat and urban. To look from Buda to Pest, it is spellbounding, don`t you think so? Photo by @zoltangaborphotography 👏
Kicsi Csángó offers delicious traditional Hungarian dishes with a good price. It is close to the tunnel ‘Alagut’ under Buda castle. We tried mákos guba that is a traditional poppy seed-based dessert from Central Europe, it was scrumptious 😋The interior design is also recreating the countryside's feeling. It is open 24 hours. If you are around, you can give it a try, it will not disappoint you.
There is a photo exhibition on Nagymezo ut (close to #8 )
and tomorrow is the final day: Fortepan is exhibiting historical photos under ‘This is the Fashion’
(‘Ez a divat!’ in Hungarian). Also you can visit their website www.fortepan.hu/ where you can
find their an online photo archives of 20th century (Entrance is free of charge) Worth to visit both 👍
Szépmüveszeti Museum is open to public again. You had the glimpse of Romanesque Wing, now whole museum open after 3 years re-construction! The first temporary exhibition is Leonardo and the Budapest Horse and Rider will be the first temporary exhibition dedicated to the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death. (📷 credit to @vaczigergely)