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  • Parliament of Budapest

    The Parliament Building of Budapest is, without a doubt, the most renowned Hungarian treasure in the whole country. I have spent various years wanting to visit this city just to admire its beauty and from then on, it did not disappoint me. On the contrary, I consider...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Budapest, 9 months ago
  • Valyo Kikoto

    Valyo is an unknown place for almost anyone in Budapest, either locals or foreigners, open in spring and summer. Let's say it is a sort of cultural centre, led by youngsters in an oper-air space, really close to Rakoczi bridge. It is not like any usual place where...

    0 by Luisa, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Budapest, 10 months ago
  • Morrison's 2

    Basically this place has been the very heart of my Erasmus, mostly for the first weeks, but right till the end it has played an important role still vivid in my memories. It's a club which has 5 or 6 dancefloors (mainstream/pop/house/techno/reaggaeton music and more), a...

    0 by Luisa, in Erasmus party Budapest, 10 months ago
  • Neverland Bar & Escape Room

    Neverland is the best place if you want to have fun with your friends in a very adventurous and modern escape room and have a drink with them in the bar after (or before) the game! Escape rooms For anyone who has never heard about it: an escape room is a game, where...

    0 by Csenge, in What to do Budapest, 10 months ago
  • Parlament Building

    The Hungarian parliament building was planned and built in Gothic Revival style. It is one of the traditional and most significant buildings in Hungary. The impressive building looks terrific from every side with full of history and glory. It's worth seeing and spends...

    0 by Anton, in What to see Budapest, one year ago
  • No Kredit

    No Kredit is a brand new place that is located in the heart of Budapest. It offers several programs for foreigners, for example, Hungary for Beginners Club that is represented once in every month about different topics (tourism, politics, film, music, etc. ) about...

    0 by Betti, in What to do Budapest, one year ago
  • Szimply

    A day without eating well is a day without having lived Ever since I moved to Budapest, I've been fascinated by the great amounts of places to get coffee, breakfast and lunch hidden throughout the beautiful city. Like little flowers in a vast grassland, they can be...

    0 by C., in Where to eat Budapest, one year ago
  • Frici Papa Kifözdéje

    Cet endroit est un petit restaurant très sympathique où l'on peut manger de la nourriture traditionnelle hongroise à prix très abordable. (du goulash, et plein de plats à base de paprika). Les serveurs sont sympathiques, la nourriture est conséquente mais très...

    0 by Anne, in Where to eat Budapest, one year ago
  • Saint Stephen's Basilica

    Back in the Philippines, I used to attend mass almost every weekend. This religious commitment of mine continues even when I transferred to Budapest. This is not to convey the impression that I was such a religious devotee, but that it was a family undertaking during...

    0 by Rhomir, in What to do Budapest, 2 years ago
  • Buda Hill Castle

    It was October 2017 and I was almost a month already to Budapest. My classes had already started. My first month was a bit busy complying with the administrative stuff of my settling in the city. I did apply for my residence permit, bought a Hungarian sim card at...

    0 by Rhomir, in What to do Budapest, 2 years ago
  • Citadella

    During my entire semester of stay in Budapest, one of the best places that left an indelible impressions to my mind, if not the best place ever, is the Gellert Hill Citadel, more popularly known among locals as "Citadella." If I were to count the number of times I have...

    0 by Rhomir, in What to see Budapest, 2 years ago
  • The New York Cafe

    Let's say you've been to one of those amazing Erasmus parties and you found yourself a sweetheart, what do you do then? take him or her to the same bar every time you meet? No! of course not! If you're looking for a classy place to take the future partner to,...

    0 by Mohammad, in Where to eat Budapest, 2 years ago
  • The little Synagogue in Budapest

    This emblematic building in Budapest was our last destination in this marvellous city, we went a little while before going to the airport and after spending the morning in the thermal baths. Out of everything that we had seen in Budapest, it was the most disappointing....

    0 by Ross, in What to see Budapest, 2 years ago
  • Városliget

    Hello to you all! Városliget for me represents a nostalgic world just like Margaret island. I was enormously sad, when I heard that the city administration hand in hand with architects was willing to modify Városliget, and make changes in its appearance. Any kind of...

    0 by Dóra, in What to see Budapest, 2 years ago
  • Császár-Komjádi, Hajós Alfréd and Kispesti swimming pools

    Hello all! I love swimming, and anywhere I go in the World with ERASMUS, if I have the opportunity, I visit a swimming complex. I think that a country’s bathing culture and bathing habits reflect the entire society's mentality. In my previous post I’ve already...

    0 by Dóra, in What to do Budapest, 2 years ago
  • Szentendre

    Hello all! It took me 3 years living in Budapest, when I once decided to visit Szentenre and its Christmas Market. Just like in the case of Rómaipart (link), I absolutely regret that I’ve been too late, and I discovered it only by the end of my life at Budapest. So I...

    0 by Dóra, in What to see Budapest, 2 years ago
  • Bikram Yoga Astoria

    Hello all! If you want to experience a unique group activity, you want to gain energy and get rid of daily stress, I would recommend visiting Bikram Yoga at Astoria. I attended my first yoga course thanks to one of my friends from the university. I went to the first...

    0 by Dóra, in What to do Budapest, 2 years ago
  • Aqua World Resort

    Hello all! If You’re having no idea about what to do in Budapest on a cold rainy day, want to experience something requiring adrenaline, with high levels of entertainment and excitement, then Aquaworld is the place where You belong. Aquaworld is a water amusement...

    0 by Dóra, in What to do Budapest, 2 years ago
  • The great market hall

    Hello all! During my student years I always had a dilemma among where to buy my daily food from. How much money should be spent on food, snacks in general, quality-meals, warm-foods? Should I eat healthier for more money, or try sparing and buy discounted and...

    0 by Dóra, in Where to eat Budapest, 2 years ago
  • Noir Chocobar

    Hello all! Everything started on my birthday 3 years ago. Two of my best friends from the university waited for me in the front of the university after classes. I was suspecting that something out of common is going to happen, but I trusted them, and entered in the...

    0 by Dóra, in Where to eat Budapest, 2 years ago

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