I ended my previous blog as we were about to go to Tanyacsãrdia Farm to see the Lipizzaners. It was another half hour away through more lovely countryside.
I finished the previous blog by saying that we were unable to visit St Matthias Church and the Medieval District so in this blog I shall tell you of what we were able to admire on the Hill.
For a change we decided to go on an organised excursion and were so very glad that we did. It was very different and we learnt so much.
In 2014 we stopped overnight in Budapest so saw only a minimal part of the city of 3 towns – Buda, Obuda and Pest, divided by the Danube which forks in the middle of the city.
We boarded our train for Prague at Budapest main station at 11:20 and once again we experienced a number of delays for repairing of the tracks. This time we stayed on the train but arrived in Prague at 18:50 instead of 17:55.
We left Zagreb by train on our way to Budapest and this proved to be quite an energetic escapade. The rail lines between the 2 cities were being relaid and so our trip consisted of: