The first rays of the spring sun have stroked the surface of the Budapest streets and this warrants for some useful hints as to what’s recommended to do in the upcoming period and what to avoid. Get ready for the ever-increasing warmth!
Minuses have taken over Budapest but don’t panic, this weather can also be good for this or that. What follows are some tips to help you get out from under the blanket and out to the street.
Despite the fair number of people who associate the upcoming Valentine’s Day with negative feelings, no one can escape the flood of promotions and presents that comes with it. Whether you’re going to observe 14 February or not, it won’t hurt to take our pieces of advice. Know what to do and what to avoid on the holiday of lovers.
Dos: Enjoy all the concerts, than ask for a chai tea at Cökxpon Ambient Tent Garden. One morning scroll around the Tarot Labyrinth than participate at the flashmob with all the Sziget dwellers at the Circus Stage.
Visit the bars that we mention in the article about lemonades, and have some to refresh yourself, than jump in the pools of Budapest. During the heat wave put on your nice hat.
Party till the morning and watch the sunrise from the lakeside. Drink coctail from a bucket with long straws in your mouth.
Dos: Lie in the sun, sit on the stairs, change back your glass!
Don'ts: Don't use the park as a public urinal, avoid the midges and the beggers!
Do: Shop, look around and visit the Gerbeaud House!
Don't: Avoid rip off restaurants, lusftul hostesses and trumpery gifts!
Do: Swim, relax, rest and refresh yourself!
Don't: Don't get drunk before coming here, it might turn ugly!
The Budapest Zoo and Botanical garden is the oldest zoo park in Hungary and one of the oldest in the world.