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MUST VISIT PLACES IN BUDAPEST

Aaah, summer – that long anticipated stretch of lazy, lingering days, free of responsibility and rife with possibility. Enchanted with these positive vibes I traveled to Budapest.
During this trip I didn’t carry a camera. It was interesting to experience. I looked at the universe with my bare eyes. No lens was limiting me, no perfect shot was stressing me out. I could also ditch big camera bag. It felt awesome!

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Here are my favorites from Budapest.

Szent Istvan Ter. It has crazy mosaic. Wicked!

Liberty Statue and the best view point in the city. Self-explanatory, it is really the best view point in the city.

Deak Terenc Fer. If you are looking for a spot to have a before drink on Friday night, most definitely visit this square. There are clubs and shops around it and it has the most beautiful view on a big wheel.

Gilbert Hill. A place that captures the beauty of nature. Massive monuments and dark forest bring to my mind the Secret Garden movie.

 

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Szimpla Kert. It has the amazing southern vibe. Its eclectic decorations bring to my mind images of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. It has a sibling in Berlin.

Free Bakery with gluten free food.

Buddha Original Bar with the best coconut soup.

Falafel Bar with delicious hummus.

Have you ever traveled to Budapest? What do you like about this city? Let me know.

Stay awesome,
Anja

I wore my vintage shorts, diy cocacola tshirt and diy espadriles and bershka backless bodysuit and diesel trainers. All, but bodysuit bought second hand.

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12 comments / Add your comment below

  1. 3C Style says:

    Nice post Anja. I really like the last photos. The decor is so weird (in a good way but a little bit scary too); I find it exquisite and visually artful. It tells a story all by itself. Have a great week. Dominique

  2. Nice post, Anja. Eastern Europe seems to be the new place to visit. I would have never considered Budapest even though I know people who have been there and rave about it just like you did. You seem to be very relaxed walking through the city and yes, Budapest does look wicked amazing . Happy travels , looking forward to your next post.

  3. Your phone takes really good photos! I keep my little point and shoot handy so I don’t feel like I need to carry around my a5100 or worry about my phone dying.
    That said, I’m still pretty new to your blog- how did you DIY that twist in the back of your shirt and those espadrilles?

    1. Anja says: Author

      Hi, sorry for late reply. I had a lot of things going on. With espadrilles, I have add a patch of bright denim on the top of the toes. First I sew on a bit bigger patch and than I distressed the edges, so it looks natural and frilly. The top was remade by someone else, but as I see it it, first they cut the back and than it was twisted inside out couple of times on both sides. Thanks for your visit! šŸ™‚

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