I’m a champagne girl for the summer, the latest Hungarian sparkling wines are just gorgeous, and I adore the selection of Kreinbacher.
Probably the spectacular view from the castle.
Definitely at Calgary. It’s a semi-illegal place run by Auntie Viki, a now-retired actress.
In 1972 the middle of the cold war Elizabeth Taylor celebrated her 40th birthday secretly in Budapest with Richard Burton, Grace Kelly, Ringo Star and more. The glam gang stayed at the Marriot Hotel, and for the party, she wore the nearly 9-million-dollar Taj Mahal diamond necklace she just received from Burton to her birthday.
Bambi Espresso with friends to revisit our Soviet-influenced childhood and cheap retro bistro meals.
George Ezra’s Budapest while walking or skating along the Danube, Manfred Man’s Blinded by the Light on a night out, hanging out your taxi’s window while the warm city air hits you, and Je ne regretted rien by Edit Piaf when the sun comes up.
I prefer white wines for the winter, especially Rieslings from the Balaton region, Gilvesy, Figula, Skizo, and Jásdi.
Leo Rooftop Bar for the best panorama and music selection, Boutiq’bar for the signature cocktails in town (and bespoke experience).
Following a relaxing morning in a Turkish bath, I just can’t resist any street butcher for a lovely bloody sausage, fresh bread, and mustard, standing in line with businessmen in fancy suits and handyman in dusty pants.
I spent my childhood sailing on Lake Balaton with my family and since I happened to have talent in it, I started seriously practicing at age 10 to later compete. Sailing for me is all about passion and sharing the most beautiful emotions of human life. Beside the joys on water, it’s also about having a great time on land – sailors know how to enjoy life in its fullest. It definitely formed my personality and helped me to feel, how to create joyful experiences, events, and travels.