The centre part of Budapest is a short distance from the Synagogue I visited earlier. This looks like a Christmas market but it was April when I was here.
There are some live demonstrations of local craft going on, including this live ironmonger’s workshop.
This was great, some Goulash (popular Hungarian stew) in a giant bread roll which has had the middle scooped out. You can’t eat this too slowly as eventually, the bread casing will start to dissolve!!
Budapest is often considered the best Eastern European city by many people and I completely agree. The main old town overlooking the Danube has some great really long walks here which I wish I got more photos of. The end.
Slovakia – 1. Austria’s neighbour and travel hacks – 2. River Danube – 3. Strange mirrored museum – 4. Things I learned from my visit to Slovakia – 5. Slovakia protests and strange goings on
Hungary – 1. Feeling Hungary – 2. Jewish Hungary and the Grand Synagogue – – 3. Christian revival hits Hungary – 4. Hungary Eating