June 1st for me officially means it’s Summer! With that in my I am sharing my top pieces from H&M for the summer as their new range is super affordable and so trendy.
I am back to you after a very long break (more about that in another post) with a travel/cuisine post. If you have been following me on my Social Media Channels I had to fly home to Kraków to visit number of doctors and that’s how an idea for this post came about.
It was my first time bring my husband to Poland (yes, I know a bit late!) and apart from breakfast we didn’t cook in the apartment whilst there, so I feel like I’ve gained about 5kg in a week dining out. I can’t help it, home cooking is the best!
Budapest is the capital city of Hungary in Central Europe. It’s a medium sized city, home to over 1.7 million people. Despite being part of European Union since 2004 they still use Hungarian Forints as their currency. Certain places will accept Euros, however this cannot be guaranteed everywhere.
1 Euro = 310 Forints (approximately)
Taxi from the Budapest Airport to the Center of the City is approximately €25.00. The hotel we stayed in offered a rate of €50.00 return; I’d highly recommend to contact your hotel prior to arrival for best advice on how to get to the property – they might be able to offer you a favorable rate or perhaps have their own shuttle. We have booked our hotel via booking.com, click here for a 10% off your next room booking.