Amazing video about life in Budapest in the 1930s
Posted by Mia Balogh · Nov 27, 2020

If you have always wanted to see Budapest in an era long gone, for example in the thirties, well, we have some good news for you: we can take you for a short time travel, thanks to a video found in YouTube.

In this short film, you can see the Buda Castle, the Chain Bridge, the Parliament building, Keleti and Nyugati Railway Stations. It is also visible how busy the metropolitan life used to be, with all the people in a rush and trams, buses and the automobiles.

The panorama from Buda Castle and the night view of the city is also fantastic, just like seeing so many people walking on the famous Duna Korzó – especially in these lonely days when the city is so deserted.

In the comment section, some people praise the beauty of Budapest, others say thank you to Benedictus21, who uploaded the video, while some others think they were born too late – they would prefer to have lived in this époque.

What do you think? Like and share our article, if you loved this video. ;)

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