Wanderlust Wonderland brings you: a travel guide for ordinary travelers, with must-sees, tips and tricks and the most delicious food, for ordinary travelers, like you and me.
Budapest was one of the first new cities I explored and I fell in love with traveling, as I did with practically every trip I took back then. The city is rich with culture and beautiful buildings, as well as cheap food and souvenirs.
- The absolute highlight for me was the Fisherman’s bastion. It really is like walking around in a fairytale
- Another really cool thing to do is the Buda Castle where you can spend quite some time wandering and visiting the national gallery.
- You have to visit Széchenyi Spa for a relaxing afternoon in a mesmerizing setting
- Lastly, I was really impressed by the Szemlö-hegyi-barlang caves
Where to eat
- I absolutely loved Restaurant M, the food was good enough, but the fun part of this restaurant is drawing on the table when you’re waiting for your food to arrive. Great for kids, for also great for a group of students!
- If you want a cheap, but good lunch, visit Nagycsarnok, the Great Market Hall of Budapest. They have all kinds of foods you can think of, as well as delicious sweets and sandwiches. It is also a really great place to get some souvenirs
- Visit Gelarto Rosa for some pretty and yummy rose icecream!