Last night it was the night of the museums in Budapest, meaning the museums were open till 2am and with a 1.500huf (less than €5) wristband you could enter to all the museums in the city. Had a long list of the interesting museums where wanted to visit, but there were so much programs and plenty to see already on Andrassy út, so didn't get any longer than that... (and I'm living next to Andrassy út!)
Exhibitios, concerts, dance shows, fashion shows...
The Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition in the Museum of Fine Arts is absolutely worth to see! It will be on till 24. August.
Henry Toulouse-Lautrec made a scarce lithograph of the American Clara Ward, Princesse de Caraman-Chimay and Hungarian violinist Rigó Jancsi in 1897, "Idylle Princière".
Btw, there's a cake called Rigo Jancsi as well. I will come back to that later.
Have you ever tasted this Hungarian delicacy?
It's called 'langos' and made of salty donut with sour cream, onion and crated cheese on top. People tend to like it. Not my kind of snack though.
Next weekend there will be Night Run including not only running but zumba, salsa, nordic walking... starting at 10pm and lasting until 4am.