When the Sun Goes Down in Budapest


What's the most romantic city you've ever been to? These days, I've found mine. In this blog post I will share some of my best shots from a night walk through the Europe's New York, called Budapest! Although I went on a solo trip on a weekend, my romantic soul has been awakened and the illuminated historical buildings and sights in Budapest left me enchanted. Enjoy the photo gallery!

The Danube Promenade

The Chain Bridge

The View of the Danube River

A Glimpse of the Buda City

Looking over to the Pest City

The Buda Castle

The Buda Castle and its View

Fisherman's Bastion

Parliament of Budapest

One thing is clear to me. Seeing Budapest at night, walking the Chain Bridge and ascending to the Buda castle, was the highlight of my short trip to Budapest. I would highly recommend it to everyone visiting the Hungarian capital city. Make sure to stand on the Chain bridge when the sun goes down, as you can take some nice shots of the city. Then, pay approx. 4 Euros for the train that takes you up to the Buda castle. Walk all the way to the Fisherman's Bastion from where you can take pictures of the Budapest's Parliament. Bring a bottle of wine with you and share it with someone you like. ;)

 

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In which city did you feel very romantic? What is your impression of Budapest? Feel free to leave a comment below.

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Comments: 3
  • #1

    Heather Widmer (Sunday, 02 August 2015 04:10)

    Beautiful photography! I'm traveling to Budapest this month and your stunning photos have me even more excited!

  • #2

    Sonja (Sunday, 02 August 2015 11:34)

    Thanks Heather! It's always nice to hear compliments :) I wish you an awesome time in Budapest, you will definitely enjoy it!

  • #3

    James S. Bowman (Sunday, 18 December 2016 15:12)

    All the photos are really stunning! I really appreciate your effort very much! It must be very difficult to take these photos. They all have the best view!