I’m not going to lie to you reader-friends, my Budapest coverage is all over the place. Earlier this week, I shared with you the pictures from our nighttime cruise and yesterday I detailed the highlights from the Buda side of Budapest. Today, I will be covering the last piece of the puzzle: Pest. Although these events aren’t in exact chronological order, they aren’t far off. Because of this, there might be a wee bit of repetition between the posts, so my apologies if you’ve read a few of these details a few times before.
Now, without further ado: Pest!
Budapest Keleti railway station
Our first glimpses of Budapest came courtesy of Keleti Railway Station (I may have mentioned this several times before). Following a four-hour train journey through the Slovakian countryside, we arrived in central Budapest and were welcomed by the open arms of it’s largest train station.
From Keleti Station, we made our way through Budapest, walking nearly an hour through Pest to...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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