Yep Hostel

Address: Wesselenyi 13 I 3, Budapest, 1076, Hungary | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Rákospalota area of Budapest, is near Danube, Aquincum Museum (Aquincumi Muzeum), Janos Hill (Janoshegy), and Imre Varga Collection (Gyujtemeny).
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      Travel Blogs from Budapest

      A Hungarian Hallloween

      A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Oct 28, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... day in the city, we had an important errand to run. My camera lens had broken while in Slovakia and we desperately needed a replacement, or a new camera. Luckily, after a lot of research I was able to find a new lens at a camera store in the Castle District of the city. Afterwards, we stayed in the Castle district and saw the gorgeous Fisherman's bastion. The Fisherman’s Bastion was built for the Hungarian Millennium celebrations and boasts turrets like ...

      Budapest x2 (9th-17th July/24th-2nd August)

      A travel blog entry by deejaypoitzmann on Jul 09, 2014

      5 photos

      ... 8 minutes to go because Dave did some amazing algebra that I wouldn't have been able to ever figure out! That night we pre drank at Grandio before open mic night! Because I'd promised CJ to sing with him the first open mic and didn't, he didn't let me get out of this one. Me, Sam and Kelly stood at the front the whole time and sang along with big smiles. It was amazing! I then sang Fix You with CJ towards then end which was such a good feeling. Everyone sang along and I had the ...

      Buda vs. Pest

      A travel blog entry by jamie083 on Jun 26, 2014

      27 photos

      ... up to the Royal Palace. This spectacular building overlooked all of Budapest and was well worth a visit. We enjoyed great views of both Buda and Pest and also the palace itself. The Mátyás Fountain was one of the most impressive I've seen, rivalling the Trevi in Rome. Also on Castle Hill was Matthias Church, with it's imposing structure and colourful roof, and the Fisherman's Bastion, a lookout terrace which provided excellent shelter in the rain. St. ...

      He's Always Ready to Lend a Hand...

      A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 20, 2014

      22 photos

      ... personal favorite so far is the Matthius Church. I've seen a lot of old churches but never anything quite like this. I think what really sets it apart is the multi-colored tile roof. I've just never come across that before. All around the church were conical lookout points, which I affectionately referred to as "cone-head things" to Brittany's chagrin. I think they're actually referred to as Fisherman's Bastion, and they give you an unparalleled view of the sprawling ...

      Budapest D2

      A travel blog entry by lakssmitha on Apr 22, 2014

      ... river. The highlights above are
      Hungarian National Gallery and the Budapest History Musuem. We gave both a miss
      but saw the Mathias Church - a 13th century church and dedicated to King
      Matthias. It has the royal crown and a wonderful view. The other thing is the
      Royal Palace - the change of guards is even more elaborate than what we saw at
      Monaco. We have a video of it. It was accompanied by a drum set making it a lot
      more elaborate. The view was good ...