Spending only 2 days in Budapest should be a crime. However, I do understand if you’re just passing through or you’re pressed for time. I guess I can forgive you if that’s the case; but don’t let it happen again.
Two days is never enough time to fully appreciate a city, but sometimes things happen and that’s all the time you have. Amsterdam is a very easy city to navigate and one of the better cities to see in only 48 hours. If you’re pressed for time here’s a good way to spend 2 days
I was leaving Budapest, Hungary to Vienna, Austria for 1 day so I could catch a flight to Dublin, Ireland the next morning. I had already been to Vienna a few weeks earlier so I was thinking of something new I could do instead of seeing the same things again.
One cannot tour a city’s food culture without indulging themselves in the sweeter side of things as well. Boston is a great city for full blown meals and dinners; but the sweets and treats that Beantown has to offer is just as mouthwatering as anything else.
I have always wanted to visit a country during one of their national holidays, but my vacations have never really lined up quite right. However, I ended up being lucky enough to celebrate August 20th in Budapest for St. Stephen’s Day.