Budapest is a city of contrasts. On one hand, it does show a certain portion of royalty and national pride in solid bridges and powerful viewpoints on Buda hills. However, you are strolling in dirty smelly streets aligned with shabby buildings in a process of decay. So where are we then?
Rome wasn’t built in a day and you can’t see it all even in seven. The good thing is that it makes you return again. Nevertheless, visiting Rome requires a well-planned schedule. Here’s my list of the recommended 10 viewpoints that might also save some of your time 🙂
The name of the award comes from a German word “Liebster” which means “the dearest” and apparently an English word “Award”. Which makes it impossible to say three times in a row while trying to be exact with the pronunciations and accents. Or is it just me? (I can see you trying it now!)