Para culminar con Budapest, podéis ir a visitar el Mercado Central, es el mejor lugar para comprar souvenirs (dicen que son los más baratos y además hay de todo, especias, dulces, muñecos, pequeños recuerdos,…). También tienen una zona en la que preparan comida típica y podéis tomarla allí o llevarosla.
visits we made in the city and where we decided to go in the time we had
left to see the city.
end with Budapest, you can go to visit the Central Market, it’s the
best place to buy souvenirs (they say they are the cheapest and also
there is everything, spices, sweets, dolls, small souvenirs,…). They also have an area where they prepare typical food and you can take it there or take it to them.
Next to the market you can visit the bridge of freedom.
In Budapest you can also visit the largest synagogue in Europe and the second largest in the world. We didn’t enter, we saw it from the outside as well as the tree of life.
To finish your tour in style in the city, I recommend going to have a drink at the New York Café, a work of art!
If, like us, you have some free time, you can visit a nearby city. In our case we decided to take a train to Bratislava. The journey takes two and a half hours and the same to return.
The city is very simple to see, there is the castle, the bridge and the historic center. I’m
glad I met her, the historic center was very cute (and I had a
delicious ice cream, that’s already compensated for the trip haha). In addition there are some churches and, of course, museums that you
can visit, but for a general overview with about two hours you will have
more than enough!
And with this my guide on Budapest is finished, I hope you have liked it a lot and now… to dream about new destinations!
Lots of kisses!!