Bara Junior Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Bara Junior Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Bara Junior Hotel Budapest
Travel Blogs from Budapest
... to satisfy my affinity for chachkies. The Great Market Hall is huge and has one of the artfully tiled roofs like we saw along the river! We paced each aisle on both floors and even stopped to have a bite at one of the food vendors. It seemed that the upstairs focused on trinkets and the downstairs stocked grocer items. Budapest is known for paprika, so I made sure to pick some up when we got back ...
... There was even a group of snaked skinned (obviously a daily ritual) older men decked in bathing caps staring intently at games of chess in the steaming water.
For every other spare moment we had within our 72 hours in Budapest, we seemed to spend it exploring or partaking in Fika (mostly the latter). Of Swedish origins (totally transferable to whichever country you may find yourself in though), Fika is an excuse ...
Note: For photos of Budapest, click here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsk1ABkMx
I rolled into Budapest around 9am after sleeping rather well on the overnight train. Being a bit late, I had to rush to find a cab to get to my Airbnb apartment rental as the lady agreed to an early check-in. The apartment was a large one bedroom with washer for just under $40 per day. Not bad! But when I got there, I see why it ...
... century, Hungary became a middle power within the Western world. Following the Battle of Mohács in 1526, Medieval Hungary collapsed and succumbed to 150 years of partial Ottoman occupation (1541–1699). ...
... floor of a slightly decayed block.
It is great whilst the lift is working. The entrance hall seems to
be about as big as our lounge/dining room at home.
We went out for a walk after tea and
noted we are in an area with several ruin pubs which really popular
with loads of people spilling out on the streets. There is a lot of
graffiti around and lots of buildings in obvious disrepair but still
a vibrant place.