I find Vienna very conveniently located – right in the heart of Europe – which creates a great opportunity to discover many diverse countries and cities of Europe. During this semester, I have visited Munich, Prague and Budapest – all the cities are in 3-hours drive by bus! And, today, I share with your my memories of the cities I feel in love with the first sight! Oh, Budapest, I am always glad to come back to you and you always welcome me so generously! The unique appearance of Budapest was formed thanks to a beautiful area in which it is located. Wide Danube, which is spanned by several bridges of amazing beauty, divides the city into two large historical parts. On the one hand – the hilly Buda, easily recognizable by textured medieval buildings, where you can see the Royal Palace and the white towers of Fisherman’s Bastion. From the Royal Palace you can enjoy an impressive view of the Danube. The other part of the city is the modern Pest, which is currently the center of cultural, economic and political life of the capital of Hungary.