26 of February, Budapest at night or Look Up-Look Down

Yesterday we were walking with my mom around the city. I’ve been living here for more than 3 years and I never noticed how beautiful is Budapest from the tourist point of view. Do you know why I love it so much? Because it’s architecture is amazing not only during the daylight, but also at night.

There is something magical in that how Hungarians implement their typical “lomtalanítás” technique. As an example, on the picture above, you may see some Zinger sewing machines, which are used as dining tables.

Majesty of the Parisian style in architecture and modern windows decoration complement each other very ultimately. You may feel it better in spring, because everything is blowin and natural colors begin to play. Also hopefully  you may visit some hidden places, if nobody stops you 🙂 I discovered Petőfi Literary Museum, looking forward to visit it this week.

On the photo down below there is an old entrance to Metropolitan Szabó Ervin library. I haven’t been there yet, but mom told me, that there are beautiful wooden stairs and gorgeous reading room. As well as golden chandelier, which is clearly seen through the window.

I think, Budapest is one of the most comfortable places for a living in the world. Wikipedia says that it is an Alpha- global city, with strengths in arts, commerce, design, education, entertainment, fashion, finance, healthcare, media, services, research, and tourism. So you will never be bored, there are so many things to do. Only 1 hint, which I need to share with everyone, who comes to visit: LOOK DOWN, because you may accidentally find some “dog’s gift” on the street, and LOOK UP, when you are walking at night to enjoy the architectural beauty, which is not seen during the day.


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