Both Sides of Budapestby Eva Zhu
Situated along the Danube, with the lush, rolling Buda on one side, and modern Pest on the other, Kiwi’s marketing specialist Eva Zhu explores the captivating historic and contemporary landscape of Budapest, Hungary.
Impressive at all hours of the day, the Parliament Building is particularly fetching when seen from the water at the golden hour.
Heroes’ Square stands tall and proud for freedom and independence.
A visit to City Park with the fairytale Vajdahunyad Castle as a backdrop is the perfect way to spend a sunny day.
Between the grand buildings and picturesque nature, it is also important to remember history. We take a moment of silence at the famous Shoes on the Danube art installation and memorial.
Love locks near the river tell the story of lovers past and present.
The Citadel sits at the highest point in the city, offering this view of Budapest’s famous bridges.