Szabó Ervin Library: Every Reader’s Dream

Italophilia

As travellers we must respect fellow travellers’ advice but never imitate it. For instance if you are in Vienna and your friend recommends you to visit museums, you can’t force yourself to see them because you don’t like visiting museums in the first place. Every person’s style of traveling is different and we must respect that. Last year in Budapest the same happened with me. I got recommendations to see museum X, Y and Z in the city but not being a big museum freak I chose to do something of my own taste. I visited a library.

But not just any library.

The Szabo Ervin Library is a baroque treat and reader’s paradise in the heart of Budapest. Only a 10 minutes walk from the tram stop, the admission to this royal library is free of charge. (Go there before you have to pay forints to see it) Named after a Hungarian librarian…

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