5 ways to warm up in Budapest in winter
When the temperature dips in Budapest, that’s when the city comes alive with warmth! That’s because the cold months of winter are one of the best times of year to explore the Hungarian capital, with plenty of sites to see and flavours to taste that will warm your heart no matter the windchill. From Christmas markets to thermal spas, here’s how to embrace winter in Budapest.
Browse the Christmas markets
As winter descends upon Budapest, the city transforms into festival mode with its famous Christmas markets taking centre stage. First on my agenda was to learn more about the Hungarian Christmas traditions, such as how children who have been good will receive small chocolates in their boots on December 6th from Mikulas, the Hungarian version of Santa Claus. Those who’ve been bad will receive golden birch branches, and while, historically, they’ve symbolised a spanking, adults may also receive bundles of small branches,…
This is only a snippet of a Budapest Travel Article written by Bevan Connelly
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