Budapest: A Walk Along the Danube

2011-02-09 4

On this occasion I propose to you to know the city of Budapest by walking along the Danube. You could cross its many bridges and get lost in the busy and modern Pest or the quiet and Imperial Buda.

I was lucky enough to live for a while in this beautiful city in central Europe and I recommend a visit if you have a chance. One of my favorite pastimes was to walk along the banks of the Danube, which crosses the city and is where you can find Budapest’s most popular attractions such as the Parliament on the Pest side and the Buda Castle. The bridges crossing the river are also attractions in themselves.

The most popular is the Chain Bridge from which you have fantastic views of the Castle, Parliament, and Margaret Island upriver. Down stream you will find the modern Elizabeth Bridge and my favorite, the Liberty Bridge.

written by megustastu on 2011-02-09 #places #river #bridge #location #city #budapest #hungary #buda #danube #travel-destination #pest

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4 Comments

  1. santorinihippie
    santorinihippie ·

    I LOVED budapest when I went 2 years ago. Beautiful.

  2. carmenism
    carmenism ·

    Love Budapest when I visited; wish I had been into lomography at the time as it is the perfect city for that. Nice article and pictures!

  3. tveden
    tveden ·

    Love the shots.

  4. smurfkuh
    smurfkuh ·

    Love the pictures, especially the first and the second one ;)

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