Browsin’ in Budapest

A weekend Trip to Budapest.

*Budapest in two days*

Every good weekend trip should start with a cute airport outfit right?


We departed from Gatwick Airport and took a 2 hour flight to Budapest with easy transport links to the town centre.

The first night consisted of us chillin’, getting to know the area and getting rest before a SUPER busy day ahead.

We woke up at 6am to get to the Széchenyi Thermal Bath, which was AMAZING. It literally was like being in a giant bath tub and I felt so refreshed after. We arrived here at 7am and were quite lucky that it wasn’t busy or packed at all.

  It was so cold  though once you

actually got out of the bath!

We then spent the rest of the day exploring and enjoying the sights! Along with being stared at by the locals and being called Nicki Minaj *face palm*


Doesn’t this remind you of the game Subway Surfer! I loved how the trams and taxis were yellow, it really gave a Urban New York type of vibe.


Later that night, we stopped off at the famous New York Café. The interior was absolutely stunning, it literally made me feel like I was in a scene from Gossip Girl (lol). Oh & the food was good too! I had a banana Hot Chocolate, which was different but so tasty and ice cream..Only I would have a hot and cold combo but it works trust me!


Boscolo – New York Cafe Budapest


New York Cafe Budapest

If I smile hard enough…Can I move in?

Next day/Final day in Budapest.


We climbed up to the St. Stephen’s Basilica, this was a workout and a half I can’t lie!

(For me anyway) The views were worth it though.



Pretty sure this the bridge that Will Smith used in his Keke Challenge!




After a day filled with walking, we decided to treat ourselves to a well deserved treat at Mr. Funk, one of the most ‘instagramable’ food places in Budapest! Not only does the food look amazing but it also tastes so good!


You can just see the joy in my eyes….


And damn right I finished it all!


Where to find Mr Funk…click here


Until next time. xo


Places mentioned that we visited:

New York Cafe

Mr Funk

St. Stephen’s Basilica

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