Hungary Vegan Travel Guide
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Hungary Vegan Travel Blogs
After an 8 hour overnight train ride, we arrived in Budapest groggy, but excited to discover what was ahead of us. Check-in time for our Airbnb wasn’t for another 7 hours, so we stored our bags in lockers and stepped […]
After falling in love with Prague and its delicious vegan bites, the second stop of our crazy quest landed us in Budapest. It started a little rocky but we were soon surprised and went from hangry to elated… I don’t […]
When dreaming about Budapest, one cannot help but being intrigued about its wonderful history, lots of hidden stories in streets and corners, enclaved into two pieces of land that have been forged by the banks of the Danube River, coming […]
It has been 10 years since I went to Budapest and so I was really excited to travel back there with my girlfriends and try the Hungarian vegan restaurants. We did the normal Buda sights of the Buda castle, Castle […]
While earliest settlements date back to the Old Stone Age, continuous civil development of Budapest occurred after a conquest by the Roman Empire around 100 CE. What came into existence were campsites around Danube River, which the Roman Empire called […]
Activities in Hungary
Buda castle is a historic site in Budapest, Hungary. The castle and palace complex is a popular tourist destination, and was home to many Hungarian royal families.
The Széchenyi is a suspension bridge that crosses over the Danube river between Buda and Pest, the western and eastern sides of Budapest.
The Hungarian Parliament building in Budapest is the third largest parliament building in the world. Visits to the House of Parliament are restricted during weeks in which the National Assembly holds its plenary sittings. On the first day of the […]
The Hungarian National Museum in Budapest is filled with over three million artifacts and works of art, and is the national museum for the history, art and archaeology of Hungary.
Shoes on the Danube Bank in Budapest, Hungary is a memorial site that pays tribute to Budapest Jews who were killed during World War II.
The videos and blogs on this page were contributed by members of our vegan community who recently traveled to Europe and graciously shared their travel experiences. Follow your fellow vegan travelers as they explore Hungary compassionately, meet local vegans and other vegan travelers, and share the amazing vegan food they find during their travels! They share the sites they visited, the places they stayed at, vegan shops they found, and the sites and activities they enjoyed during their time in Hungary. Some also visit animal sanctuaries in the countries they travel to and kindly share the stories of the animals they meet. Join our vegan community and share your travel adventures with our global vegan community and collectively we can show the world how easy it is to be vegan and travel compassionately.