#LonelyPlanet writer @slioy was recently exploring the Zerafshan Valley, #Tajikistan, where he grabbed this spectacular shot of the undulating landscape.
‘#Budapest is known for its thermal baths. There are over 1000 natural spring water sources in Hungary. The thermal bath in this picture is #Szechenyi Bath, the most well-known and popular of the those in Budapest. There are both indoor and outdoor baths here, and they are said to have healing properties. It's definitely worth a visit – you can either get a couple hours of relaxation or you can have a little fun at the bath parties.’ – @wanderlustcalls -- That's a wrap for this weekend's #lpinstatakeover! Check out @wanderlustcalls for more of Debbie's snaps.
‘You can't miss Matthias Church with its colourful roof tiles that contrast beautifully with the blue sky. Matthias Church is a 13th century Gothic church with an interior that is as beautiful and unique as the exterior.‘ – @wanderlustcalls #lpinstatakeover #Budapest
‘The first time I went to #Budapest, I didn’t have time to visit the Hungarian parliament building, so on my most recent trip there last November, it was high on my to-do list. If you love learning about a country’s history, then I would recommend taking the parliament tour. The highlight of the tour for me was seeing the dome of the building where the Hungarian holy crown is kept. It is guarded by the army crown guards who ceremoniously change their sword position (so don’t stand too close!)’ – @wanderlustcalls #lpinstatakeover
‘Fisherman’s Bastion is probably one of #Budapest’s biggest tourist attractions. With its fairytale towers, I felt like I was in my very own Disney movie! If you love photography, there's a lot to get stuck into here. There are so many creative opportunities with all of the arches and towers that frame your picture perfectly. Fisherman’s Bastion also offers stunning views of the city. In this picture, you can see the dome of the Hungarian parliament building.’ – @wanderlustcalls #lpinstatakeover
This week’s #lpinstatakeover comes from Debbie of @wanderlustcalls, a travel content creator from London. She’ll be sharing a few snaps from her recent travels to #Budapest. – ‘This photo was taken while I was travelling up in the city's funicular railway, on the Buda side of the city. Budapest is made up of three cities (Buda, Pest and Óbuda) that were unified in 1873 after being connected by the Chain Bridge in 1849.’ – @wanderlustcalls -- Stay tuned this weekend for more of Debbie's shots!