I want to write you today a little bit about my time spent in a beautiful city, Budapest. For those who don’t know, it is the capital of Hungary and one of the largest cities in the European Union. According to UCityGuides, it is also the 9th most beautiful city in the World.
This summer I had the chance to take a visit there. For some reasons, I have not taken as many photos as I should have, but I’ll share my thoughts about those places that I’ve had.
If I would try to write about some famous place or city, probably you’d already know about it, or you would find much more information in the big world of the Internet. So I thought I should describe less known, but lovely places I’ve been.
Today I want to write about a nice place, near my hometown. Vármező is a small, friendly village in Transylvania, yet it has some peculiarities. Firstly, it’s name translated to English means “Fields of the fortress”, and it comes from the old fortress, which stood on a hill called “Várhegy”, ages ago. Unfortunately, now only pieces left. The village is surrounded by hills, so I think the “fields” comes from the glade, which now is covered by streets and houses.