Hungaria Guesthouse

Hungaria Korut 71, Budapest, 1141, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budapest


A travel blog entry by ryan.lee


... Jarritas. They had grapefruit, mango, and pineapple flavour. I got pineapple and a meat taco.

The train ride wore us out so we came back early. Tomorrow we will do more and probably stay out and check out a bit of the night life in the city. There seems to be a lot to do here. We have already decided to skip the baths since it will be extremely crowded. I'll try it out next time I come visit during low season.

-- Ryan L.

Budapesh - The saga continues

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... edge of the nice part of Budapest and the ****** old part which explained a lot. Our accommodation was a massive two bedroom apartment that cost us the princely sum of 10 each - It was a really cool place but didn't have wifi so we had no idea where to go/where we were. After the lady left we headed out too for some dinner and basically walked towards the centre with only the guide of a pre-saved trip-advisor map and found loads of restaurants in the Jewish Quarter. This ...

And My Plan Was So Good! How Did This Happen?

A travel blog entry by al-karen


... 35 min delayed. I went to the information desk to find out if they will hold the train or do we catch the next one? She says, "Catch the next one". Our connecting train was at 7:30pm. The next one will be 4 hours later at 11:30pm.

So we catch the 3:50pm at around 5pm and waste an hour more time in Bratislava station. We get to Budapest, Hungary around 8pm. We meet "Ken". the guy works for ...


A travel blog entry by mickangrace


Budapest was beautiful! From the old buildings and castles to the streets flocked with restaurants and markets. We had a few days to spend here so we tried to do as much as possible! We begin with a walking tour of the city which gave us a bit of history and some ideas of what to do. We were also lucky enough to be there on ...

History lessons from Budapest

A travel blog entry by docsmyth


... lunch.

Then at 1pm we were off on another tour, called the Jewish tour. Budapest has the second largest Synagogue in the world....seats up to three thousand people although they have had 7000 inside it. Part of Hungary's history involves the slaughter of many Jews during world war 2. In fact 600000 out of 700000 and today there are only about 80000 Jews in ...

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