Garten Guesthouse

Address: Leganyi Ferenc 6. 3300 , Eger, Hungary | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Leganyi Ferenc 6. 3300 , Eger, is near Eger Castle (Egri Var), Valley of the Beautiful Women, and Mineral Bath Swimming Pool Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Eger

      Our dashing knights

      A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Jan 24, 2015

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      ... but given that it is actually faster to drive around the mountain range as it is to drive over it, and both are on the order of two hours, it should be clear that there are not really mountains in Hungary - just the start of the alps I guess. Keith wrote down some directions before we left, but within 30 minutes I abandoned them and used Google maps on my phone. We get some data free with our monthly pay-as-you-go plan and if we use it all ...

      Eger

      A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Nov 01, 2014

      12 photos

      ... in the skinny streets. After a stop at the ever-fabulous McCafe for coffee (it was the only thing open on a Sunday), we hiked up to see the castle. This particular castle-ruin was perched atop the hill, (much like all military fortresses with available hills). Anyway, there were some absolutely spectacular views of the town below. I love the way these brightly coloured towns look from a ...

      Eger, city of wines and thermal waters

      A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... we left (mainly tourists showing up in buses). Some folks were staggering and singing as they went from cave to cave. We sampled wines at three caves, each full, large glass costing from 50 cents to $1.75. You can take a bottle with you for them to fill, but we bought a litre of good Pinot Noir for $3.50, with the bottle included. And at one cave Deb was serenaded by a trio of musicians playing a violin, guitar and bass. This was a fun interlude.

      We dined in town at ...

      Zagreb - Hungary - Zagreb

      A travel blog entry by suzieb2 on Sep 04, 2014

      43 photos

      ... any other vegetables they grow. There were also big freezers where they keep all the sausage and other meats they made. Walking in it was like we were being welcomed into their own private restaurant, with a big long table set for us... and bottomless wine glasses thanks to Gyuszi. On the third evening my dad had arranged a 7 course dinner at another cellar type place, called Thummerer Pince (see thummerer.hu/en) but this one was an actual restaurant that you could ...

      There will be Blood -- Bull's Blood -- but first..

      A travel blog entry by eurochic on Aug 28, 2014

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      ... that our lives were about to end in an Hungarian ditch. It was at that moment that I started praying out loud, to anyone who might listen -- God, Jesus, Mother Mary, Allah! -- deliver us! And then, right after knocking the side mirror off a parked car on a narrow, one-way side street of Budapest, we found our salvation. The Hotel Palazzo Zichy, our oasis in Budapest, conveniently located right across the street from a Catholic Church. Thank The Lord! We are ...