Interflat Youth Hostel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
TravelPod Member ReviewsInterflat Youth Hostel Budapest
Probably the best Hostel, The people es really nice, great ubication and very clean. Even they clean my clothes
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TripAdvisor Reviews Interflat Youth Hostel Budapest
Travel Blogs from Budapest
... relaxed and there are many beautiful people here.
They like drinking wine - local wines are good.
I am right in the midst of everything.
I have my daytime and nighttime radar and maps and know where I am - despite the small and twisting streets.
This is a good sign for Spain where my navigation skills will be tested.
Tony is gone, Browny is gone - is there hope for Australia?
... to find Emmet. He was home and the three boys headed down the hill to a playground, while we visited with Kai and Annyce a little. Grandpa still had sites to see, so we said our goodbyes and headed downhill towards the Chain Bridge. I made the crew stop at a tiny little bistro in an alley, where the adults all had a beer and a bowl of soup and I felt much better after that. Sam had apple strudel for lunch, but whatever, he was happy, at least for the moment. We ...
... the tourists came along and started kicking them and putting their feet in them and taking smiling selfies, felt a little uncomfortable! Went for an amazing meal at the 'Buddha bar' and had an interesting walk home as the metro station closed and no trams were working back to our hostel, looking like we were heading to the dodgy neck of the woods we asked a taxi to take us back to our hostel, he laughed and got back in his car. He said it was only five minutes away so ...
The forecast for today was even hotter than yesterday, so we decided to spend the day at the Szechenyi Mineral Baths. For about $45 for both of us, we got a private changing room and admission to all facilities. We started with a workout in the gym, which wasn't state of the art but it served its purpose. After, we got changed and headed in to the pools! There are ...
... domed building. The ceiling again covered in detailed frescos. Apparently the main sight here is a mummified hand of St Stephen. We didn't go to see that...! One thing I have noticed here is that they seem to love their statues. Almost every street corner is adorned by a statue of a some man. A variety of politicians, artists and an American president. Random. At 4pm it was time to head back to the airport. Weekend over already! We opted for a taxi again, rather than try ...