Budapest was named on 17 November 1873 to unite Buda and Pest. 3.7m tourist visit Budapest every year to see bohemian beauty. Hungary is the birthplace of biro and Rubik’s cube and vitamin C was discovered there too. So, how about feng shui of Budapest?
Budapest, Hungary’s capital, is bisected by the River Danube. The hilly Buda district is connected with flat Pest by 19th-century Chain Bridge.
Water seems important to Hungarian. Hungary houses 1500 thermal springs and 450 public baths.
Széchenyi Baths has a high mineral content of magnesium (good for stress), calcium, fluoride (not sure about that), sodium, sulphates and some more at 38 degrees Celsius.
Landmarks, buildings and sweeping views
Parliament, the biggest building in Hungary, was built in 1896 (when Hungary was three times as big as it is now) and has 691 rooms.
Andras Hadik (18the-century war hero) statue is a popular destination for students who are eager to pass exams and are willing to touch the horse’s balls as a lucky charm ritual.
Buda Castle Funicular was established in 1870, travelling up Castle Hill at 1.5 meters/second, will get you to the Buda castle district, Buda’s Old Town (World Heritage site) which has great views of the city. The place is full of castles, historic square, the Budapest History Museum traces city life from Roman times onwards, Trinity Square is home to 13th-century Matthias Church and the turrets of the Fishermen’s Bastion with sweeping vantage points.
Another way to see the aerial views of Budapest is to get the Zugliget chairlift which was open 1970.
National Hungary’s dish is goulash and fish soup. Unicum (1790) has a secret recipe of 40 herbs and spices, originally brewed as an indigestion tonic.
Feng shui consultants in Budapest
A quick Google search revealed that there are not many feng shui consultants in Budapest. So if you live in Budapest or anywhere in Hungary and are looking for a feng shui consultant feel free to call/text/Whatsapp me on +44 7956 288574 for a quote for feng shui consultation for your home or workplace. I’d be happy to travel to Bucharest or do a remote feng shui consultation via Skype / FaceTime or Whatsapp. Email me
I’d be happy to come to Budapest and teach feng shui class or workshop if you’re willing to organise it.