Putting the Deb in Debrecen on Wordless Wednesday

I see ‘Deb’ everywhere I go in Debrecen!

We’re currently in Debrecen, a large city about 2.5 hours from Budapest, with Anna, a Rotary Exchange Student, we hosted earlier this year. It’s lovely to be able to see her again and meet her family. They are keen to show us their city sights before we move onto Budapest, and we’re more than happy to have local guides! It’s a bit different to our little town in Australia.

Debrecen city centre from above
Debrecen city centre – can you see the name Debrecen at the bottom of the shot?

This is our first time in Hungary and we’re loving it!

Have you been? What do you suggest we see in Budapest?

Another not-so Wordless Wednesday from me!!

Debrecen at night
Debrecen at night

Deb (in Debrecen) xx

Merry Christmas in Hungarian
Merry Christmas in Hungarian

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24 Replies to “Putting the Deb in Debrecen on Wordless Wednesday”

    1. Hi Bree, it’s been amazing so far. We did some thermal baths last night and it was a delightful way to spend a few hours. I’ll try to write up our visit, if I can find the time. I’m trying to post photos and stories to my Facebook page and Instagram as I go but it’s time consuming as you well know!!

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  1. Lovely you have been able catch up with your exchange student Deb. We also hosted many, and I love it when we can catch up. I know the exchange students love it also as my daughter was one. Great for you to spend time in Deb City #MLSTL Sharing

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  2. Hi Debbie – How exciting that you’re in Hungary. I was in Budapest about two years ago and loved it. Some of the sights that I’d recommend: Castle Hill (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), Fisherman’s Bastion, Hungarian Parliament, the Great Market Hall, Heroes’ Square, walk or do boat cruise along the Danube, take a thermal bath (I went to Gellert baths), and try Hungarian goulash (a stew). Have a wonderful time! #MLSTL

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    1. It’s very exciting Natalie and we’re really enjoying ourselves! Thanks for the tips , I’ll add them to my list. We’ve had home cooked goulash and it was delicious. And we went to some thermal baths last night, so relaxing. Glad to hear you enjoyed it all too.


  3. It looks wonderful Deb – we visited Budapest briefly when we did the river cruise that ends there, but it was really wet (our only wet day) and I wasn’t well, so I have nothing to recommend – other than it looks very pretty at night from the river!
    Thanks for linking up with us at MLSTL and I’ve shared on my SM 😊

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    1. Your comment meant a lot to me Christie, it’s so nice you can see what I’m trying to say in my photos – the essence of the place as you say. Thank you for all your support during the year and I look forward to more connections in 2020.


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