We recently had a guest post published by Globetotting.com (what a great URL, right?).
The folks over there were kind enough to publish a list of 10 wonderful things to do in Budapest. Check it out.
Globetotting is a wonderful resource for families who want to travel the world with their children and visit less “traditional” family destinations (not Disneyland, but rather Nepal, Panama and — of course — Hungary).
Here’s how the post begins:
“Budapest, often referred to as the Pearl of the Danube or Paris of the East, is a gorgeous city with a fondness for children. Hungarians are an interesting product of the country’s history. For having lost every war they’ve been a part of, Hungarians are no less friendly and proud. And yet they also exude the humble and independent disposition of hard workers focused on family. During the time it was ruled by Russia, Hungary’s position at the Western edge of the Communist territories afforded it special leeway; it was more Westernized than the rest of Eastern Europe at that time, but even today it is far less Western than such countries as Spain and France.
We’ve been here just six months, and we have a lot more to learn about Hungary and its people.
Here, though, are 10 things we (and our kids) have greatly enjoyed about living in this stunning European jewel.”
Read more at Globetotting.com.