Hungarian Trip – Budapest

21 04 2008

Tras un viaje con más sombras que luces, con desintegración de botas y huelgas de transporte de por medio, admito que Budapest me ha gustado. Pese a ser enorme es una ciudad con poca contaminación, barata pese a ser una capital turística -bastante más que Praga por ejemplo- y con mucha más chicha que Viena. Quiero volver pronto para ver cosas que quedaron en el tintero, pues tres días sin apenas planificación dan para poco. Como consejo, no fiarse de las predicciones meteorológicas ni de los taxistas.

I’ve totally destroyed two boots during the current academic year, the last pair in Budapest. The reason could be my tendency to walk and not using public transportation. But when I want, it is denied: in ours Budapest trip there was a general transport strike. I liked the city (a lot). Much more interesting than Vienna -to me- and cheapest than Prague, I’d like to come back soon to see what we couldn’t (it is impossible to enjoy such amount of things in only three days). But two advices if you are interested in visiting Budapest: don’t trust taxi drivers nor weather predictions.



3 responses

26 04 2008

Translation now!!:) In english or can choose:)
But anyway youve made nice pictures.


8 05 2008

Siguiendo con la gastronomia, creo q ha sido el lugar en q mejor hemos jalao… Thanks Edo, good advices! Nice restaurant, u took us… also nice place for gulash thanks to Andrew, the hyperpolite owner of the Home+hostel =)

26 06 2008
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