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Moodboard: Budapest

This month we’ve been terribly busy and we are exhausted. The mere thought of continuing this crazy schedule of work, courses and events during November makes us tremble with fear. To top it all of, we have to suffer works at home. Oh life’s good… So what do we do when everything seems too much? Daydream about new destinations!
moodboard_budapest_1This year Budapest has been discreetly climbing to the top of our bucket list. We already talked about it in February (click!) but lately it has been more present in our conversations about new destinations. And with Christmas season around the corner we can’t help but picturing how beautiful the city would be. For us, Eastern Europe is a complete mystery, so could Budapest be the door to our eastern neighbour countries?

Have you ever been to Budapest? Any tips or recommendations?

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  1. Unfortunately no tips. I went a long time ago for work, and I didn’t really see anything. My hosts drove me around in a taxi for 10 minutes to see the main sights. And I went into a cathedral that had a chapel out the back, where you could put money in a box and it lights up to show St Stephen’s hand !

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