A picture story of Budapest

Budapest is a paradise for photography lovers like me, seems like every corner there is an image to be captured. I knew that sleeping and resting would be the last thing on my mind for my TwentyFour in this romantic city. I chose to have a guided tour for a few hours, so that I could see many places is a short time.  I’m so happy I made that decision, as my tour guide Adam Marot from Behind Budapest was extremely knowledgable about the history of Budapest, and also a passionate photographer, giving me plenty of tips of the best places to capture my very special moments.

From the beginning of its history, it seems that Hungarians have always had a desire for beauty, wanting to decorate every part of the city with architecturally pleasing buildings raging from Renaissance to Baroque, just to name a few styles. It is no wonder that Budapest is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Another reason why this city is so famous, it is due to its thermal water baths. Budapest sits on a patchwork of almost 125 thermal springs, the most famous being the Széchenyi Thermal Bath, the largest one in the city and one of the largest bath complexes in Europe.

I spent my evening waiting for the sun to set close to the Chain Bridge and my early morning waiting for the sun to rise at Gellert Hill. My TwentyFour was a total connection with Budapest and its amazing nature and sights. I didn’t forget to try the famous goulash soup and also to indulge (not only once) in gelato from Gelarto Rosa while getting lost on the many streets on the Pest side.

 

Jó Nap!

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