St. Stephen’s Basilica in the heart of Budapest is one of the most beautiful churches I have ever seen! When I went to visit, I heard the bells tolling and they echoed all over the square. Would you like to hear them, too? Watch the video below to hear them yourself!
Did you know that there is a labyrinth of caves and tunnels under the Buda Castle? During World War II, the caves became a bomb shelter and hospital. But a few centuries before that, they served as a prison. Do you know the name of the most famous prisoner held there?
I found the most intriguing ice-cream shop right here in Budapest, Hungary. It is called Gelarto Rosa, and all of the ice-cream cones come in the shape of a rose! Check out the video below to see how they do it:
In Segovia, Spain, I made some of new friends who live in a marionette museum. The museum is dedicated to the work of Francisco Peralta, one of the best marionette masters in Spain. In 1990, he was the first marionette maker to receive the Medal of Merit from the well-respected Institution of “Bellas Artes” (“Fine Arts”) in Madrid.