Hungarian Parliament, Budapest
Hungarian Parliament on the banks of the Danube in Budapest.

I’m back and refreshed from our lovely trip along the Danube! I always have great intentions of blogging more on vacation, but I often find it doesn’t feel like a vacation unless I’m fully “unplugged” (instagram aside, of course). I have lots of pretty pictures of this beautiful region to share with you, but in the meantime, here are a few instagram snippets from each of the places we visited.

District of Chic in Budapest
Bundled up for our first night in Budapest, wearing an Echo scarf (similar), French Connection coat, Textile Elizabeth & James denim, Freda Salvador boots, and Mansur Gavriel bag.

Matthias Church, Budapest
The stunning painted walls of Matthias Church.

Matthias Church, Budapest
Closer view of the ceiling detail of Matthias Church, because it’s just that beautiful.

Buda's Castle District, Budapest
The view from Buda’s Castle District in Budapest.

Josefsplatz, Vienna
Four lovely ladies in Josefsplatz in Vienna.

Koloman Moser, Leopold Museum, Vienna.
A window design by Koloman Moser, one of the many beautiful art nouveau pieces at the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

Wachau region of the Danube
A picturesque convent on the hill in the Wachau region of the Danube.

Melk Abbey, Germany
Visting Melk Abbey, wearing a cashmere scarf (similar), Mango jacket, Banana Republic sweater, DL1961 denim, and Freda Salvador boots.

Melk Abbey, Germany
The mind-blowing baroque ceiling of Melk Abbey.

St. Stephen's Cathedral, Passau
A snowy New Year’s Day at St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Passau, one of the most charming little towns we visited.

Simon Confiserie, Passau
Sampling German chocolate at Simon Confiserie in Passau, where we picked up these cute marizapan pigs for good luck in the new year!

Hutkönig, Regensburg
Ogling the beautiful hats at Hutkönig (“Hat King”) by hat designer Andreas Nuslan in Regensburg.

Hofbräuhaus in Regensburg
Sampling beer at the Hofbräuhaus in Regensburg.

Craft Brewery Altstadthof, Nuremberg, Germany
We also enjoyed Nuremburg’s traditional red beer, found at craft brewery Altstadthof.

Nuremburg, Germany.
Our last night, spent wandering the quaint cobblestoned streets of Nuremburg.

Find a few more shots of my trip (and others) on my instagram!

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8 comments

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Oh darling,

I did not know you were… BUDAPEST! I live in Budapest (Buda hihi!).

Btw beautiful photos especially love Hungarian Parliament! 🙂

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Sooo beautiful! It looks like an amazing trip! I love your striped sweater!
And yea, I try to disconnect from my phone while on vacation, except for Instagram, hehe.
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omg!! the details on those ceilings are impeccable!!! and the architecture of the building is beyond amazing!! 😀 thanks for sharing travel posts like this!! so inspiring!! 😀

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Amazing pics and looks!
What a spectacular trip!

xoxox,
CC

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Looks like a great vacation.

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I followed your holiday vacation on Instagram. Loved all of the photos! Welcome back to the States. I'm sure you were uber excited. (-___-)

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You look cosy and stylish in all your outfits. Love these places that you visited, hope I can visit them someday! <3

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hello and a very happy new year to you!!!
these pictures are all so nice
but I just love the one of you at the Melk Abbey
a beautiful place with a fantastic outfit
I feel like the scarf is just perfect and the neutral tones of the jacket make it all seem fit for a winter catalogue =)

xo
-Bionica

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