Tag: Hungary

On My Way to Amsterdam Part 2: The Bus Issue

Evening in a pedestrian side of a highway in Budapest. Though I finally found my way to Ferihegy station (here’s how, check this out), I faced the second challenge: where to catch the bus 200E to the airport. Assuming that the crowds were the answer to my challenge, I followed

On My Way To Amsterdam Part 1: The Train Issue

Prior to the trip, I had booked the latest flight to Amsterdam at 9.30 pm to explore the rest of enchanting places Budapest offers to the world in my last day with no rush. “By bus, twenty minutes.” replied the lady from the international ticket office at Nyugati Station in response

The Search for the Apartment: from 30 to 150 Minutes

Budapest Keleti pályaudvar looked quite shabby for an international railway station in Europe with lots of bird droppings on its chairs, stairs and floor. Well, I guess the shadow of comfort I got from Wien Westbahnhof in Vienna, the station from where I departed, was still all over me. Budapest is the

Things I Shouldn’t Do While Travelling

Greetings from Budapest! Until the day I write this article, I’m still on the third week of my Eurotrip. I post this through WordPress mobile version since I don’t bring my laptop. I promise to deliver more holiday pics as soon as I finish my journey. So far, I’ve learned

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