Travelling to underrated places are some of my favourite. While I have a deep love for popular places like Paris and Dublin, I find Eastern European countries are waiting for travellers to discover their hidden beauties. The Ukraine is no exception.
Our first destination this winter holiday was the capital of Hungary, the re-known Budapest (pronounced Budapesht). For me, it was the second time visiting the city and I still love it!
You can check out my top 10 reasons to visit Budapest if you are not yet convinced, but here I will give you a more detailed guide to make the most of your trip, as well as a blurb about why this city is worth visiting more than once!
Winter in Russia is not for the faint of heart…or the under-dressed. While we spent about 4 days in Moscow, we did not get to see quite as much as we wanted due to our bodies being totally unprepared for the weather. But, we still saw some absolutely stunning architecture and symbolic monuments. Russia definitely filled up my memory card! Here is what we were able to do during our cold, but really neat stay in Moscow:
Budapest is one of my top favourite cities, and I can’t wait to go back to visit one day. The culture and history is so rich and deep, and it has such a unique character with so many things to do and see!
Apart from the fact that once you’re here, the conversion makes you get a whole lot more bang for your buck, and it’s a short train ride away from other equally amazing cities, such as Prague and Vienna, here are just 10 reasons why you should visit this historic and beautiful city.