10 Things To Do In Pecs, Hungary: A One-Day Itinerary

Szechenyi Square

Though it doesn’t make it onto many itineraries through Hungary or Central Europe, there are many things to do in Pecs that make it a city worth visiting. Located in the south of Hungary, this compact and historic city is an absolute joy to visit. Combining traditional Central European charms with a lot of history and interesting sites, Pecs is one of the best places to get a bit off … Read More

The Perfect 2, 3 or 4 Days in Budapest Itinerary

Budapest's Chain Bridge

Planning out a Budapest itinerary is one of the highlights of mapping out a trip to Central Europe. As one of the most beautiful and interesting cities on the continent, planning to spend 2, 3 or 4 days in Budapest is never a bad idea. Whether you only have a short amount of time and want to ensure you see all of the highlights on both the Buda and Pest … Read More

Is Budapest Expensive? A Budapest Trip Cost Guide

Parliament Building in Budapest

As one of the top destinations to visit in the entirety of Europe, the Hungarian capital of Budapest has so much to offer visitors. But is Budapest expensive to visit? When viewing photos of the grand cityscapes and thinking of all of the incredible things to do in the city, it can be hard to know what you can expect your overall Budapest trip cost to be. Budapest has a … Read More

Prague or Krakow or Budapest: Which City to Visit?

View from Charles Bridge

Many travellers planning a trip to Central Europe don’t have necessarily an unlimited amount of time to visit every city that might be on their wish list. This has them begging the question: “Should I visit Prague or Krakow or Budapest?” While many people’s first instinct would be to cram every destination into a short period of time, I would honestly strongly recommend against doing this. Firstly, many cities aren’t as … Read More

Buda or Pest? Where to Stay in Budapest

Chain Bridge seperating Buda and Pest

If you’re planning a trip to the Hungarian capital, it’s likely that you’ve debated whether staying on the Buda or Pest side is right for you. A capital divided into two distinct areas by the mighty Danube River, both the Buda side and the Pest side of Budapest have different things to offer travellers and can give travellers two unique outlooks on the city. Buda is tranquil, quiet and largely … Read More