A side trip to Budapest was part of the tour packaged arranged for us by Travel Expert, Inc. (https://www.facebook.com/Travel.Expert.BP/?ref=br_rs) Here are some of my best snap shots of this charming bohemian city by the Danube River.
See Budapest from the top. Take in the beautiful panorama from the top of Gellert Hill.A Walking along the Danube River as well offers the best view of Hungarian Architecture.The Chain Bridge is one of the rustic links between the west bank of Buda and and the east bank of Pest.
The Hungarian Parliament Building is just across the Chain Bridge. Perfect for Photo Ops.The Budapest Opera HouseSt. Stephen (Budapest Cathedral)Walk around the artsy – bohemian neighborhoodA Bathhouse that has been standing even before WW2 and is still perfectly beautiful ’til today.
Spicy and rich, Hungarian Dishes are worth trying in Budapest. Almost everything has paprika. Here are the majestic Hungarian Sausages WTF!Goulash is a staple food for Hungarians. It is basically beef (or chicken) in paprika and other seasonings.Pörkölt and Paprikás -The word pörkölt literally means ‘roasted’ and the dish is made of beef, pork, lamb, chicken, pork or liver (varieties depend on the region) cooked with onion, paprika and other spices, resulting in a juicy dish served with another Hungarian gastro-curiosity, the nokedli (egg noodle dumpling). (Wiki)Never leave a country without tasting a local bee. Here are Soproni and Arany of Budapest.