Travelogue Budapest, Hungary 2015
Hi Everyone! Me and my TLC team just came back from our European Winter Trip. This time we went to Budapest, Hungary and Vienna, Austria. As you all know, this is a FULLY SPONSORED TRIP to Excellent Achievers in our business; meaning we do not pay a single cent to fly, all we did was packed our bag and bring out money for shopping. The rest is all covered. From flight tickets, land transportation, hotels to meals 3 times a day.
Just to share with you, that this kinda trip is AVAILABLE TO YOU TOO! If you wanna know how you can enjoy this, just contact me. Our next FREE TRIP destination is BANGKOK, THAILAND!
Alhamdulillah, from KL to Budapest we flew with the BIG Emirates Boeing-777 and on the way back to KL from Munich we flew with the AWESOME Emirates Airbus A380.
Where do we stay in Budapest? Alhamdulillah, at the 5-star Hilton Budapest City for 2 nights. Great Hotel! Nice location, its connected to Budapest Largest mall (more than 350 shops) through its lobby door. Free WiFi at all levels not just lobby, which means Free WiFi in the room as well.
Check-out the room! 5-star hotel in Europe is definitely not cheap. The cheapest room can easily cost you RM700-800 per night. Thank God, we got this all for FREE!
Time to hit the city! For all your Hard Rock collectors, you can find the shop at the Inner City area. There is also H&M, New Yorkers, Rolex and other European brand outlets everywhere.
What are better ways to see all the beautiful landmarks of Budapest if not going on the Danube River Cruise?
If you take the night ride, you can see Budapest Landmarks such as the Hungarian Parliament Building, the Chain Bridge that connects Buda and Pest all well lighted up beautifully.
Another Must Go To landmarks in Budapest is Fisherman’s Bastion. Located at Buda site of the city. From the top of the place you can see Pest across the Danube River.
Also not to be missed is Heroes Square, Budapest. A must stop by place for photos!
Our first dinner in Budapest was at the Marvanymenyasszony Restaurant. Don’t bother to pronounce the name. Located also at the Buda side. One thing special about this place is that they have a very nice musicians performing while you enjoy your meal. There is also some Gypsy dancing in between. Very entertaining, something different that you never see in Malaysia.
Our last stop in Hungary before we travel to Austria is Visegrad Castle. I’ve been to few Europe trips before, but this.. I must say is a very unique arrangement.Call us Your Highness on that day, because for the first time in many trips before, we were treated like the Real Royalties. Starting wide the welcoming drums, the Royal march, the Royal matches and end with the Royal Feast!
Food Review Time! Of all the dishes we had here at the Renaissance Restaurant of Visegrad Castle, I believe we all agree the their Onion Soup is the KILLER DISH and MUST TRY! The baked trout and baked is fine but the soup. Really TO-DIE-FOR!
So thats it… for my Travel Blog Review for Budapest, Hungary. 3 days 2 nights I must say is actually not enough and too short. We definitely have few others must see attractions that we didn’t go to this time. And that is a good reason to come back again to Budapest, Hungary in the future.
Next Up: We travel to Mozarts birthplace Salzburg & Vienna, Austria. Stay tune!