Cuts for him – Budapest in Picture

Budapest is one of those European cities that is sure to leave a lasting impression on your mind once you visit. The sumptuous traditional cuisine known as Goulash, welcoming hot baths, historic architecture, and its unique chain bridge are a few things amongst many that will leave you wanting for more. Budapest is the capital of Hungary. It is divided into two half by the Danube river with Buda on one side and Pest on the other. This great city is said to attract over 4 million tourists a year from all over the world. With its extensive world heritage sites, you can see why so many people visit this city.

St. Stephen’s Basilica, the largest church in Budapest

I would be doing this beautiful city a disservice if I should even attempt to do a detail write up about it. So for this reason, here is Budapest in pictures.

St. Mathias Church from one of the side roads on the Buda side of town

The Great Synagogue. This is the biggest Synagogue in Europe and second biggest in the world
Heroes’ square
St Mathias Church
The cable car used to go up Buda Castle hill


Off the beaten track in Budapest

The Hilton hotel lobby where we stayed for our trip. Perfect location to explore the whole of historic sites in Buda. Literally walking distance to all sites in the Buda region


One of the cobbled streets in Buda where we met a friendly couple from Australia during our shoot. I couldn’t resist a chit chat about British politics
Another side street in Buda
Colourful side street leading to St Mathias Church
Emile restaurant – A nicely tucked away spot I highly recommend for anyone looking to have a quiet meal or even a business meeting – We did a shoot here as you can see from the this photo
We had afternoon tea at Emile restaurant
Emile restaurant

Apart from the places listed above, there are many more to see in Budapest. Due to time constrains, we couldn’t visit these places but would highly recommend you check it out. Some of these places include:

  • The famous baths
  • Memento Park
  • Hungarian state Opera house
  • Hungarian national museum
  • Central market hall

Have you visited Budapest before? I would love to hear your thoughts and experiences on this city. Please tell me in the comment section below as I am sure other readers would benefit from it too.

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2 thoughts on “Cuts for him – Budapest in Picture”

  1. Beautiful city and stunning views and pictures. Looks like you had fun. Thanks for sharing

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