Hungaria Guesthouse

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

Too cool for school...

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Jul 29, 2014

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... exploring this museum, which is pretty brutal, but interesting if you can stomach it.

Next, we went for lunch, and ate a very mediocre pizza on our way to the City Park, which is home to the Szechenyi Baths. Budapest has some of the grandest baths in all of Europe, and this one was excellent: a series of outdoor and indoor pools, saunas, cold plunge pools and a mini water rapids, made for a very enjoyable few hours. I also managed to take part in an ...

A beautiful city by day and night

A travel blog entry by catfeet on Jun 24, 2014

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... as far as the Main Boulevard then returned taking photos of the Opera House and other beautiful buildings.

Dinner at Cafe Kor was very nice, it was very popular so we were glad we had booked. The dishes we chose were delicious and the waiters were very attentive and pleasant.

After dinner we strolled down to the Danube and took photos of the Castle, Gresham Palace and the Chain Bridge lit up. It is now a beautiful evening and the rain has ...


A travel blog entry by cherylclo on Apr 13, 2014

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... Bastion, where there are lovely views of the city. Then it was back to the boat in time for the sailing at 12.30. We sat up on deck to look at the scenery while we sailed out of Budapest. Lunch was served at 1 pm 4 courses if we wanted it. I can see that i am going to put on weight. I had Hungarian Goulash. I am now sitting in the lounge while I am watching the countryside go by. ...

Where's Waldo?

A travel blog entry by prairiefish on Feb 19, 2014

This morning I got up at 6AM to attend an open yoga practice ( Mysore class) at Ishvan's studio. As soon as I opened the door at Bandha Works, a wave of heat & sweat hit me like a tsunami. Yikes, I forgot my towel & I was back into the yoga soup again. It's a bit intimidating to practice with all these sweaty, heavy breathing Ashtanga types. It's not my world. The place was packed ...

The People Make the Place

A travel blog entry by george.lawson on Aug 02, 2013

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... That as long you travel, the people you meet along the way will probably always disappear and fade into memory.

On reflection, I think we made the most of our one full day in Budapest. This was, in part I believe, down to the central location of our luxury apartment, which I can safely say took our breaths away on arrival the evening before. For a mere 30 each, we'd discovered an interrailer's dream hostel, where the 'rooms' (a word which ...