August Hostel

Address: Varoshmarty u. 46, Budapest, Hungary | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located in the Terézváros area of Budapest, is near House of Terror, Andrassy Avenue, Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum (Liszt Ferenc Emlekmuzeum), and Muvesz mozi.
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

You da best in Budapest

A travel blog entry by kirstenhulme on Jun 05, 2015

38 photos

... Chris told me we won't find any tourist specials here. Yeah right! I wanted a glass of wine and Chris wanted a beer. So he brought us a bottle of wine and said sorry that's all we have but don't worry, you can drink straight from the bottle on the street and if the police stop you, just tell them you're a tourist and they will let you go! Now we are headed out to Lake Balaton for the day! Looking forward to biking and having a romantic day with my ...

Warm wine and muddy boots

A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Mar 08, 2015

11 photos

... and it did start going down around this time). Without the distraction of the other family, the four boys stayed somewhat closer, but they were all getting tired. Eventually the trail changed to be more rocky, and then I realized it was actually cobble stones, so we discussed the fact that it had probably been paved at some point, but no one knew how long ago that might have been. This part of Hungary used to be the eastern border of the Roman Empire, ...

Matthias Church and ruin bars

A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 27, 2014

14 photos

... tasks, as the walls have some gold leaf but mostly hand painted limestone instead of marble like some other churches. It would have been a painstaking restoration but it was stunning to see the result. The church was originally built around 1255 and was enlarged by King Matthias in the mid 1400's- after that it was known as Matthias Church. It was attacked and burned by the Turks in 1526, then converted into a mosque in 1541. It was almost destroyed again ...

Freezing frog

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Jan 04, 2014

3 comments, 34 photos

... another European capital city on a Friday, but not in the dark and in the rain. Rather in a freezing frog (freezing fog). The freezing frog gave the city a look of old Eastern Europe, black-and-white, vaguely ominous, with streetcars and dark alleys where intrigue and mystery lay. Please imagine the strains of gypsy music now,   After checking in to our Ibis we walked to Pest to climb to the victory monument on the hill overlooking Buda. Along ...

A Tale of Three Cities or Singing in the Rain

A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054 on Oct 15, 2013

14 comments, 48 photos

... at the train station in plenty of time. Thank goodness we did as we returned to the train station with the infamous line of taxis and found out we were suppose to be at a different train station. With only 15 minutes until our train left, we were forced to take another taxi from what amounted to the scene of the crime when we arrived in Vienna. We refused to get a taxi from the line at the ...