Hungary-Budapest (Part 2)

Woke up and went to the market for breakfast...on the way saw a church and a monument so I just snap a photo of it. 

The Church

The Monument next to the church

The Market where the locals patronize so often

Inside of the market (dry and clean =D)

The food stalls are on the upper levels

My Breakfast (cabbage roll in some meat mixed with rice and a sausage) 

View from the Upper levels

Did I tell you I love pastries :) 

Left the market and went to the City Park where there are tons of tourist attractions.

First off, there is huge building and inside is the Széchényi Spa where the locals and tourist took their baths. I was too shy to shower in public so I move on :)

Széchényi Spa

Next Stop, Vajdahunyad Vára it looks like a mini disney land from outside but this is how it looks inside.

A church opposite the castle.

The castle inside Vajdahunyad Vára but it was closed :(

Left the place and head to HEROES' SQUARE!!!

The Museum of Fine Arts  was just beside the Heroes' Square 

There was a carnival going on beside the Musuem of Fine Arts so I went to take a look.

Look at all the food stalls lined up

It was a Horse Riding Competition

After awhile, I went to another place called PAPRIKA that was recommended by the hostel staff

The food I ordered

We ended our day visit with the House of Terror which used to housed in the secret police headquarters during the period of the Nazi and Communist eras. 

House of Terror

Next last day in Budapest :) Stay tune


Jaerragus | July 08, 2010 7:40 PM

Is the hero's square empty or is it just big??

kenwooi | July 08, 2010 10:50 PM

no matter where, the place in europe looks the same to me.. haha.. and it's definitely making me miss the place =)

Black Jeopardy | July 09, 2010 12:22 AM

I went to the famous market and hero square as well. There's an art museum near the heroes square, did you see it? Also, for the observant, PRIM-APEK!

v!vi@n | July 09, 2010 12:54 PM

wooooohoooo...i love all the old style nice....

El Cid Vacation | July 28, 2010 1:10 PM

Aside from it's music Hungary as a country has a lot to offer. Their churches got a very picturesque architecture.

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