Photo Diary: Budapest

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4 days and 3 nights in Budapest near the beginning of February to celebrate our 7 year anniversary. A stunning city break. Lots of sightseeing. Lots of walking. Lots of yummy food. Lots of quality time together. River Danube, Chain Bridge, Buda Castle, apple pie, St Stephen’s Basilica, Hungarian Parliament, the most delicious chocolate croissant, more walking, Matthias Church, Fisherman’s Bastion, snow, Hungarian stew with noodles, Citadella, amazing views, Cave Church, Heroes Square, the biggest burger, Vajdahunyad Castle (reminded me of something out of Harry Potter), shoes on the Danube Bank and even more walking, Budapest Zoo, Kürtőskalács (the round sweet cinnamon bread), memories.

Have you every visited Budapest? I loved it.
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  • What a gorgeous place, look at that beautiful architecture! I so have that George Ezra song in my head now haha x

    Josie’s Journal

    • Ioanna

      It was gorgeous, we had such a lovely time. Haha, hopefully it’s out of your head now xx

  • Ah I loooved Budabest when I visited! I did go in the middle of winter so it was covered in snow which was a bit of a pain. I want to go again soon in the summer x

    Jasmin Charlotte | UK Lifestyle Blog

    • Ioanna

      It did snow for a full day when we were there but otherwise it wasn’t too cold (well similar temperature to hear in the Winter). I loved it xx

  • Oh wow! Gorgeous photos! I’ve never been to Budapest but I so want to go -even more so after seeing these photos! xxx

    • Ioanna

      Thank you :) I would highly recommend it, it’s super economical too xx

  • THAT CHOCOLATE CROISSANT THOUGH.

    The pic of the bridge all lit up is gorgeous Ioanna! :)

    I’ve never been to Budapest and never really considered it either. Might pop this on my list of possible city breaks with the boy in September!! xx

    Little Miss Katy | UK Lifestyle Blog

    • Ioanna

      I know, and it had chocolate INSIDE the croissant too! Thank you :) I would highly recommend it, it’s super economical too xx

  • Aw happy anniversary! That’s amazing. That chocolate crossaint *heart eyes* more food pictures please!

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    • Ioanna

      Thank you very much :) haha it was delicious, there was even chocolate running through the middle of it! xx

  • Wonderful pics! I have long wanted to visit Budapest and this post makes that desire even stronger. :) What are all of the shoes about?

    • Ioanna

      Thank you! You should definitely go when you get the chance. The shoes are a memorial for the Jews that were killed in World War II. They were ordered to take off their shoes, and were shot at the edge of the water so that their bodies fell into the river and were carried away. It represents their shoes left behind on the bank (thank you Wikipedia). xx

  • Rachel

    Wow, your photography is simply gorgeous!
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    • Ioanna

      thank you very much Rachel xx

  • These are so beautiful x

    • Ioanna

      thanks :) xx

  • Looks like you had an incredible time! I love how you did this all with photos :)

    • Ioanna

      We did! It feels like a long time ago now so it was nice to put this post together and bring the memories back to life xx

  • Oh these photos! They are absolutely amazing and make me want to visit Budapest – a city I’ve wanted to visit for the longest time – even more! It looks more magical than I even imagined! x

    • Ioanna

      aww thank you Carly, I’m pleased you like them! It is a truly beautiful city xx

  • So glad I’ve read this, I was told to look at Budapest as somewhere to go this summer with my friend! It looks beautiful, and I agree, that Castle does look like something out of Harry Potter!!

    Emma xx

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    • Ioanna

      It’s really economical too! I would highly recommend it. Definitely worth a visit xx