I love city breaks! They give me enough time to get the taste of the city and recharge my batteries for the upcoming week of work. For a short period of time I am finding myself in a different country, surrounded by different people, eating local cuisine and enjoying sightseeing to the full. If I could afford it, I would be on a city break every week!
Continue reading “4 days wandering in Budapest.”
A beautiful lime stone façade has sat at the centre of Budapest since 1884. After a 130 years, the building and the interiors are practically unchanged, featuring a neo-renaissance idea born out of the talent of Miklós Ybl. The only person ever to have managed to impress the jury, when the decision to follow public trends was made in 1873. It took nine years to finish the building.
Continue reading “Sisi’s cultural escape – The Hungarian State Opera House.”