Villa Maria

Csiki utca 13., Budaors, 2040, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budaors

The Tale Begins...

A travel blog entry by liliflynn on Jun 27, 2014

7 photos

... The Loft" hidden on the top floor. Despite being 3am Melbourne time, Rose and I rushed off to explore Pest's Old Town and Budapest's Citadel. Strolling the streets was a great way to admire the cities unique architecture. It didn't take long before we taking in spectacular views of the city from atop the citadel and enjoying ...

"The past must be acknowledged"- Jozsef Atilla

A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 10, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... here. Upstairs, the exhibit started with the Arrow Cross, the Fascist party in Hungary, who started exterminating and deporting the city's Jews, some of whom were killed in the basement of this very building. They weren't in power for long- Hungary was a strategic country, being between Germany and the Soviet Union with the Danube running through it,and after a long battle and siege, the Soviets won, "liberating" Hungary. As the Fascists left, they blew up ...

Lions and spiders and repair men, oh my!

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 22, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... time. It was HOT and running while eating steaming dough wasn't the best idea. Don't you just love the feeling of hot sweat running down your back in a crowded room??? The Opera House beat every one of our expectations, which were admittedly few. The guide was fantastic (he actually spoke English we could understand) and the building was beautiful in every respect. Doing the opera house here was kind of an afterthought because we all ...

Give the girl a break

A travel blog entry by cargal on Aug 22, 2013


I was so proud of myself. My start to the morning went so well. I packed all my stuff all 22kg of it. That's ok because the air line I'm flying with allows 23kgs plus hand luggage. ( sweet)

i felt good as I was lugging my suitcase down the stairs to catch the train. I had to take one train to a certain stop then go more underground to catch another train all the way to the end of the line, then find the bus number 200E that takes you to the ...

Hungry in Hungary!

A travel blog entry by rachaelstravels on Jun 26, 2013

16 photos

... it is crazy cheap here! Pastries work out at about 15p. This also proved the case with dinner - 3 courses for 9 quid. We got to try some great Hungarian dishes: Chicken Paprika pancakes, beef goulash with homemade dumplings, sponge pudding and chocolate cheese (not sure how we feel about this one!) Also tip of the day: get out of the high street when eating out. The price drops considerably.
Funny giggles ...