Bai Panzio

Address: Wesselenyi street 87, Budapest, 1201, Hungary | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located in the Pesterzsébet area of Budapest, is near City Segway Tours - Budapest, Ecseri Flea Market (Ecseri bolhapiac), Hortobagy National Park, and Puszta Animal Park.
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      Ho Ho Ho...To The Market We Go!

      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Dec 03, 2014

      23 photos

      ... different post office we were very pleased to be assisted by a lovely lady working the front desk. She unfortunately didn’t speak much English but her supervisor did so we were able to get under way with the necessary paperwork to ship our box to the United States. After filling out the customs form (something we can do in almost every language now I’m sure) we waited to pay and be done since that was the normal flow but then our helper pulled out a roll ...

      BUDAPEST - a must see city!

      A travel blog entry by blonde_abroad on Aug 10, 2014

      46 photos

      ... widely, the city has many restaurants where you can enjoy a pleasant meal.

      8. Fine Hungarian Wines and Lots of Places to Taste Them - Hungary has 20 or so wine regions, the most famous being Tokaj, Eger, Szekszárd, and Villány. You can taste the best of Hungarian wines in several places. The best one is an intimate stone cellar in the Castle: where a knowledgeable sommelier tells you great stories about local wines and wine making while you are sampling some delightful reds or ...


      A travel blog entry by centaur169 on Jul 27, 2014

      12 photos

      ... again as needed, and we pressed on until the lounge was done and the kitchen sort of had a first cote on the wall, but that was it. We were both too knackered to do anything else and it was well past 1300 when we finally had everything cleaned and back to normal. The neighbors thought it was a hoot to see us coming out of the apartment with paint all over us :). They wanted to know if there was any paint on the walls, or if all of it had ended up on us, lol. ...


      A travel blog entry by caroline_cook27 on Apr 20, 2014

      4 photos

      ... we got more great views across the city.

      Out for dinner again at night and there was a live violinist, he was really good. I tried a traditional Hungarian meal of pork and potato stew which was pretty tasty, and a local wine which was not! After dinner we got the metro back to the Parliament to see it all lit up at night which was really nice.

      Day 3 - Up at 5am for a 7 hour train journey to Zagreb! ...


      A travel blog entry by mikeraph on Oct 19, 2013

      1 comment, 258 photos

      ... who lives out in the suburbs with her family. The Dovaks were so welcoming and friendly to me. On the first evening, Eszter's mum, György (“Georgia” to me) greeted me with a shot of palinka, a traditional Hungarian spirit. And the hospitality continued up until the evening I left, when the Dovaks gave me my favourite Hungarian chocolate bar - Túró Rudi – for the road. They were so nice and really curious about what life is like in Australia, ...