Histourism: A weekend in Budapest

Last weekend I visited Budapest with a friend. I had been dying to see Budapest for ages and I was not disappointed. It's brimming with gorgeous architecture, historical landmarks, amazing food, friendly people and a great atmosphere. It's fairly cheap to stay and eat there as well. The beautiful sunny weather and the colourful autumn... Continue Reading →

Histourism: Kamp Vught & ‘s-Hertogenbosch

Yesterday I went to the south of the Netherlands to visit Kamp Vught, the only genuine SS concentration camp located outside of the Third Reich. It wasn't even finished when prisoners started to arrive, and they had to help finish building it. During WWII it was pretty large, but all that remains now are a... Continue Reading →

Histourism: Berlin

I went to Berlin last week, keen to soak up as much history as I could--and I think I succeeded pretty well. Day 1 After a pretty exhausting ten-hour bus trip, I arrived in the centre of Berlin, and took my sweet time figuring out the public transport system - U-bahn, S-bahn, M-bahn, bus or... Continue Reading →

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