Backpacking In Budapest

A 5-Day Itinerary

Which makes it all the sweeter that Ryan from Travel With Cooky came on the show to talk about his time spent there and photography. Ryan talks about all Budapest has to offer; cathedrals, ruin bars, and New Years Eve, and more over his 5 day itinerary.

As a travel blogger, Ryan leaks helpful and fantastic detail out of him throughout the episode. He discusses some tips along the way, how to get to Budapest, and good places to stay.

Travel With Cooky

Ryan’s blog is incredibly helpful. It provides some of the best travel info, product reviews and discount hacks going. If you don’t like that, then he also does quizzes! Check it out here: https://travelwithcooky.com/

Or, if you prefer social media: https://www.instagram.com/travelwithcooky/

Ryan also solo-travels mostly, so be sure to subscribe to his mailing list if you do too to get your top-tips and articles sent straight to your inbox

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