Landmarks of Budapest

Heroes synagogue, Budapest, Hungary
Heroes Synagogue

These quickfire 3-day city breaks are so good but of course by definition time is limited and you do have to move at pace to fit as much in as possible.

And we haven’t done bad, though you can’t do everything. After our orientation walk on Saturday, soaking up the sights, Day 2, Sunday, consisted of an energetic hill climb, walks around Buda and the Royal Palace, plus the spa visit, which is a “must do” in Budapest. We kept on top of time constraints with good patronage of the public transport systems.

St Stephens Basilica, Budapest, Hungary
St Stephens Basilica

And then today our final day we saw the interior of two of the city’s landmark buildings, the Heroes Synagogue and St Stephen’s Basilica, plus a visit to the imposing Parliament building set in its wonderful square. Good food day, too!

Parliament building, Budapest, Hungary
Parliament building

And so our latest quick city break is complete and that countdown to our next trip starts again.

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