Walking up Castle Hill

Let the adventure begin!

I started off my day by literally eating the entirety of the hotel’s buffet style breakfast (which included a gazillion types of cheese which I had never seen or eaten before, delicious fruit, yogurt, freshly baked pastries [bless your soul hotel, bless your soul], eggs, and a whole bunch more).

Once breakfast was over, the hotel staff informed me that there would be pastries, juice, tea, and fruits throughout the day and that I could help myself to them.


I did.

And my mother and I took some pastries with us when we went to explore Buda.

Exhibit A: The most delicious thing in the history of humanity. I ate exhibits B-Z.


Unlike the day before, my mother and I were able to find all the sights on Castle Hill quite quickly and easily (it was around a 15 minute walk from our hotel) since we decided to ask for directions (note to self: ask for directions in the future, or you will get lost, AGAIN). For anyone visiting Budapest, you will love this area!

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Who’s ready to go to uni? This guy is!

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Getting closer to the city-ish portion of Castle hill, you will come across the most beautifully coloured houses! In Canada (on the West side), I’m not used to seeing such stunning and colourful houses, so I was in such awe when I walked by them!Processed with VSCO with c1 presetProcessed with VSCO with c1 presetProcessed with VSCO with c1 preset

And there were so many cute, little (and probably over-priced) cafés and restaurants!Processed with VSCO with c1 presetProcessed with VSCO with c1 presetProcessed with VSCO with c1 presetProcessed with VSCO with c1 presetProcessed with VSCO with c1 preset



7 thoughts on “Walking up Castle Hill

    1. I would love to go visit that pub if I have the time! 😀 What did you like most about Budapest from the time you were there?


      1. The food there is delicious and the bar staff is easy on the eyes. 😀 It’s also more of a locals only place, so you’ll get a neat experience there. The art on the walls is the weirdest but the best depending on what is there. They have a lovely courtyard and the best haloumi!
        I really loved the food in Budapest. and I loved the scenic tram routes up through the hills and along the danube in Buda and in Pest. If you get the chance, try langos and brassoi (do you eat meat?). Amazing stuff. 😀 Kinocafe is also a nice place for coffee and wifi. 😀

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        1. ahhh I wish I saw this comment before I left Budapest — I am in Prague at the moment. I hope that one day I’ll get the chance to try langos and brassoi! (I do eat meat^^). I think it’s a good excuse to go back, don’t you think? 😛

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