Eurotrip – Timisoara, Budapest, Vienna, Hallstatt, Obertraun (Part 1)

Finallyyyy I am writing about my best trip of 2018! I know that the year is not over yet, and I still have 2 or 3 upcoming trips until the end of the year, but I am sure nothing can beat this experience. So hello guys and nice to have you back here again with me! Ok, what can I say? This trip was absolutely amazing. Husband, Dad and I were on the road for 11 days across Europe and got to see so many iconic places and visited so many beautiful cities. We actually slept in a different city every night during our trip, so it was quite exhausting but I would repeat the experience anytime without any doubt. Being 11 days, I will divide this blog post in 3 parts because there are too many pictures and too much information for one single post and I don't want to torture you hahaha. So here it is: PART 1.

Budapest – always a nice place to return

Hey hey heyyy! "Back in town". Literally... back in Budapest. For the second time! I am not that kind of traveler who always wants to explore new places and doesn't return in a place already visited before. If a place it's nice, I will definitely and gladly return! For example, Budapest... Actually it was more fun now that I already knew the city and didn't waste any time on finding the places I wanted to see. But let me tell you more!

Budapest – surprisingly beautiful

Hello Budapest! I have to tell you this: with stunning architecture, refreshing thermal baths, and a culture that can be unique, Hungary's capital lives up to its reputation. Budapest is one of those cities that constantly ranks in various Top 10 lists, however it’s still hardly visited by many travelers. And that's a bummer... The Hungarian capital is really two cities – Buda and Pest – separated by the wide tract of the Danube, and only officially became one entity towards the end of the 19th century.