Moha Hostel

Neszmelyi ut 18/A, Budapest, 1112, Hungary | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Buda and Pest, a tale of two cities

A travel blog entry by d_j_browning


... who cut it did a great job. Looked really nice.

Finally made it back to the hotel and we were done for the day. Too cold to go out again so we opted to dine in the hotel restaurant. Really great meal, washed down with a couple of glasses of good Hungarian red wine (and I do mean good). A perfect way to end the day.

Budapest is a great city. Highly recommend you try and get here.

Budapest weekend

A travel blog entry by cassieomalley


I missed the bus to Budapest by 5 mins. it was upsetting and stressful. no free spots on any more buses that day, train was going to be 45 euro, plain was going to be about 50 euro. I was feeling like i was about to give up.
I was sitting on the ground with an empty glass of water next to me trying to think about what i can do and some guy dropped a euro in my cup. I was not happy lol.
But as luck had ...

Budapest, Hungary

A travel blog entry by trina.manz


... exploring again and found a hard core hot sauna and a 16 degree immersion pool.... Had to test this out! It was in a more hidden part of the complex and was filled with real sauna dwellers, unlike the play saunas upstairs. It was horrific! Luke went in first and after a bit I followed him. It was like being in an oven! Everywhere was burning and especially the floor and seats. I did not last very long at all. However while waiting for Luke to finish I'd ...

History lessons from Budapest

A travel blog entry by docsmyth


... lunch.

Then at 1pm we were off on another tour, called the Jewish tour. Budapest has the second largest Synagogue in the world....seats up to three thousand people although they have had 7000 inside it. Part of Hungary's history involves the slaughter of many Jews during world war 2. In fact 600000 out of 700000 and today there are only about 80000 Jews in ...


A travel blog entry by depaysement


... city. It was only at this point we realised how far the floods which began in the east of Germany had stretched. The waters of the river were far higher than we expected, grazing the underside of the bridge. Still the sights of the city were not affected and the palace certainly impressed me, using a brief stop as a photo opportunity (until the camera died, that was). As we reached the other side there was further evidence of the damage the floods had ...


This hostel, located in the Újbuda area of Budapest, is near Gellert Baths, Statue Park (Szobor Park), Citadella, and FMH Cultural House (Szakszervezetek Fovarosi Muvelodesi Haz).
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