Jetsetting, UNESCO

Beautiful Budapest – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Exploring Hungary

The Queen of the Danube, the beautiful city of Budapest lives up to that noble title. Once upon a time this city was two separate towns, Buda and Pest, with Buda being the royal capital and Pest the commercial side. Both sides being divided by the grand Danube River. It was not until 1837 when… Continue reading Beautiful Budapest – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Exploring Hungary

Jetsetting, UNESCO

Buda Castle – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Discovering Budapest, Hungary

On an early morning while visiting Budapest, I hopped a taxi to bring me across the Danube River to the Buda side of the city. My point of destination was Buda Castle, and I was purposely early for the reason that I do not enjoy crowds, especially when visiting a highly visited attraction. I enjoy… Continue reading Buda Castle – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Discovering Budapest, Hungary

Global Dining

At the Legendary Café Gerbeaud | Budapest, Hungary

Budapest, Hungary - This goes out to the lovers of fine chocolates and the connoisseurs of divine pastries, I share your passion and would never steer you wrong. Café Gerbeaud has been a gastronomic delight since 1858, and is one of the oldest cafe's in Europe. Stepping inside the saloon is a lavish step back… Continue reading At the Legendary Café Gerbeaud | Budapest, Hungary

Global Dining

The Iconic Gundel Restaurant | Budapest, Hungary

Open since 1894, this is one of Budapest's best known and most expensive restaurants, located in an Art Nouveau palace - Conde Nast Magazine Gundel was the first place I visited in Hungary after I checked into my flat, which was close to the Old Jewish quarter of Budapest. I hopped onto the subway, which… Continue reading The Iconic Gundel Restaurant | Budapest, Hungary

Food Journals

What I ate in HUNGARY – A Food Journal

First of all, I would like to make it clear that I must return to Hungary. There were many other things that I needed to do and many more foods to try. I was in Budapest for only a few days, as I was making my way through Eastern Europe and the Balkans. My visit… Continue reading What I ate in HUNGARY – A Food Journal