Tag Archives: Budapest

Budapest Holiday

Budapest photographer and part-time bus driver Rizsavi Tamás has captured the dazzling beauty of Hungary’s capital city during the holidays in a new series of stunning photographs. You can see more of his terrific work on his Facebook page. all … Continue reading

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How Much Do We Miss

After a recent post on the beauties of Budapest, I was discussing the tourist attractions in the Hungarian capital with a TPTP reader and was saddened to find that I completely missed out on visiting the fantastic Ervin Szabó Library. … Continue reading

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Beautiful Budapest

Budapest is a vibrant, exciting, and beautiful city. If you’re on the fence about visiting, or thinking of places to go on your next European trip, these gorgeous photos by landscape photographer Kr    

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Budapest Christmas

For the second year, Hello Wood, an art/architecture/design project, has built a special Christmas tree in the heart of Budapest near Deák tér. Constructed of 5,000 pieces of firewood, and illuminated by specially designed lighting from Philips Hungary, the impressive … Continue reading

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Budapest 4K

I’m a big fan of timelapse videos and a bigger fan of Budapest, so I had to share this amazing short film. Created by cinematographer Joe Simon, Budapest is a heady mix of 4k footage, timelapse and hyperlapse video. Enjoy … Continue reading

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Walk This World

Lotta Nieminen is a Helsinki-based artist, illustrator and graphic designer. Her witty and whimsical work has appeared in dozens of publications and advertisements. You may have seen some of her maps, such as the one she did of Paris for … Continue reading

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Grand Hotel Budapest

I’m a huge fan of Wes Anderson‘s quirky, sentimental and witty films, and of an equally committed fan of all things Budapest related. So, of course, I’m already smitten by the prospect of Anderson’s upcoming film The Grand Budapest Hotel … Continue reading

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Discover Budapest

H/T to TBTP reader Rita from the website Love My Vouchers for this fun infographic (see below) on incredible Budapest. After spending a delightful week in Budapest this Spring, I’ve become an ardent proselytizer for the charms of Hungary’s capital. … Continue reading

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Bucharest is Not Budapest

I’m certain that this story would never pertain to regular followers of Travel Between The Pages, but we’ve all run across geographically impaired travelers who don’t know the difference between Bucharest and Budapest. To set these folks straight, the Romanian … Continue reading

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Windows to the Past

During a recent visit to Budapest, I was intrigued by the discernible connections to Hungarian history conspicuous every where that I looked. Hungarian artist/photographer Kerényi Zoltán has created a project called  Ablak a Múltra or Windows to the Past that links … Continue reading

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