J's Guide to Budapest
Happy Tuesday all, we hope you had a lovely relaxing weekend and didn't eat too much chocolate or drink too much - were guilty for both. So back on the detox for a short week ahead.
At the beginning of the month J went to Budapest to explore the city. See below everything you need to know about Budapest and everything you need to be doing there.
I wasn't very familiar with this city so it took a lot of research to perfect the trip. Im not going to lie I wasn't expecting a lot out of this city - but I was in for a shock. There is so much to do, so much to see and amazing architecture and culture surrounding. It was the perfect long weekend escape plus more reasonable than 1 night in the cotswolds.
There was a huge variety of hotels to choose from at very reasonable rates, however I opted for The Corinthia Budapest being one of my favourite hotels in London - I was curious to check it out. It didn't disappoint - from the moment of arrival. All the hotels have been designed very grand and traditional which instantly make you feel at home once arriving. We were welcomed into the reception area. I haven't seen one quite this grand and dramatic,
think marble floors, high ceilings, LOTS of gold, staircases of dreams and florals to match. I was already impressed.
🔑 Its definitely a vibe 🔑
Other hotels to consider when booking your trip to Budapest
We kept a tight schedule and wanted to get some culture in for the afternoon so we headed to PEST to the Citadella - a U shaped structure fortress built in 1851. The views were amazing - and instead of getting a cab we decided to walk down the 45 minutes worth of stairs to really take in the culture and the history behind the Citadella.
Known as the best spa in Budapest and it was AMAZING. Exactly what we needed after a 4am wake up - even if you just wanted a relaxing spa getaway this would be a perfect choice to rejuvenate.
Sunday Brunchin at its best
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Dohány Street Synagogue
Have a lovely short week dolls and we look forward to showing you our next travel guide -watch this space.
J & A