Tasting beer in Budapest

Hungary is known for Tokaj wine and quite some tasty red wines, but not especially for the beer produced in the nation. Beerlovers rather travel to Prague instead, normally! Unfortunately most breweries in Budapest are closed to tourists, and if they arrange guided tours it is so seldom, it is almost impossible to fit this into the schedule and timing of a tourist.

But, we have now composed a new “guided tour“, or a so called Breweri Tour. We must admit that it is not a big breweri, it is not an amazing, but it is a place where you can see beer production take place, taste special unfiltered 100% beer, and later taste three beers produced at the place, while eating some small stuff served next to the beer.

So, if you are interested in beer, like drinking it, and would like to see how it is made, then this trip is made for you! More information at our Breweri Tour page.

ELTE Faculty of Law and Political Sciences pictures

The 5th district in Budapest has become much nicer in the last years, and the latest improvements have made the inner city much cosier for an evening walk. Not long ago after eating at Fat Mo’s in Budapest we walked towards Kalvin Square, and along the way we bumped into the ELTE Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, and now as the square in front of it has been worked on, it all looks beautiful.

It was quite fun in fact, because next to us we saw some Greek tourists looking in their guide book for information about the buildling (read: ELTE Faculty of Law and Political Sciences), but they did not find anything. In the end they asked us, and we could explain them what this mysterious building in the center of Budapest was.

Take a look at the pictures yourself, and why not go for a walk here one evening, to enjoy the sight yourself? Maybe after a dinner in Karpatia or Pesti Lampas?

ELTE Faculty of Law and Political Sciences pictures