The Maria Magdalena church in Buda Castle is one of the oldest churches in Budapest: it was built as the chapel of Hungarian civilians in the 13th century (at that time Buda Castle was mostly German speaking).[Read more…] about View from Maria Magdalena Tower in Buda Castle
But it is also quite big and the highlights are a bit scattered – at least compared to some other European cities, like Prague.
That’s why I listed all those beautiful photo locations you should visit in Budapest. I ordered the spots by importance, so I suggest you start with the first ones.
On my photo tours I hear a lot of foreigners saying:
“Oh, hungarian money is so confusing“
“It’s Monopoly money“.
And so on…
In this short and straight-to-the-point article I will introduce you the hungarian forint. What notes and coins it has, and I also give you tips on exchange and share my personal opinion.[Read more…] about What travellers need to know about the hungarian forint
When in 2018 the water level of Danube hit all time low-record, I had the idea to demonstrate the change somehow.
As we’re shooting the Chain Bridge regularly with my photo tour guests, the pillar of the bridge was an ideal candidate.
So on 25th October, 2018, when the river hit its all time low record I took a few shots of the Chain Bridge pillar.
Then in the end of May, 2019, the Danube flooded intensively – it was more than 5 meters (15 feet) higher than in October.[Read more…] about Danube level low vs flooded – comparison shot on Chain Bridge
I’ve been doing photography tours in Budapest for 3 years now, and people on my tours often ask the very same questions.
So it makes sense to answer them all, in one article.
Here are your most frequently asked questions answered about taking photos in Budapest, Hungary.
(186 people already gave 5 star reviews on Tripadvisor).
This is my first-ever year-review article.
At first I was a bit reluctant to do it…
But I’m so happy that I sat down, and forced myself to look back on year 2018.
Because it really made me feel grateful and satisfied, and helped me fuel for the next year.
So here’s what happened to me in 2018!