Moha Hostel

Address: Neszmelyi ut 18/A, Budapest, 1112, Hungary | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Újbuda area of Budapest, is near Gellert Baths, Citadella, Statue Park (Szobor Park), and FMH Cultural House (Szakszervezetek Fovarosi Muvelodesi Haz).
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Bright lights in Budapest

A travel blog entry by thepinkbackpack on Nov 06, 2014

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... funicular which I think also was being renovated but nevertheless the one opposite the church was cute, warm and had friendly locals dressed in traditional clothing. Also at the top are the dracular caves. The dusty models and poorly lit information boards added to the charm of this attraction. We laughed all the way around and genuinely got quite spooked in the cold black cave with spooky music. Defiantly worth a visit if you have time. In the evening ...

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

A travel blog entry by deejaypoitzmann on Jul 09, 2014

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... to find Christina but eventually saw Rio up on the balcony so we made our way up to the common room and were greeted by Christina and Rio which was amazing! It felt so surreal to see Christina again, we were so happy to be home! We didn't go on the boat that night so we just spent the night having drinks at Grandio with Suze, Emily, Noddy and a few other people. It was a great kick off to our second 10 night stay. The next day we did what we'd missed and what we do best; sipped on ...

Bittersweet farewell

A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jul 02, 2014

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It was our last full day in Budapest and we thought "What should we do and see?" We decided to take on last little wander through the city to walk off some of that fantastic meal from last night.

We started by popping into St. Stephen's Basilica one more time for a few pictures. Then we headed down to the waterfront, passing a statue of a Hapsburg era policeman. I can't get over how this city loves ...

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

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 20, 2014

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Yesterday started with some serious power walking. We probably looked like those weirdos in Central Park that walk so fast their butts swing out further than their arms. It's pretty much my fault; I thought it would take us half an hour (tops) to hike from our hostel to the bus station, and I was very wrong. It would've taken about four minutes on the conveniently located metro, but why spend five dollars when you can jog with a loaded backpack for almost an hour? We got ...

Budapest D1

A travel blog entry by lakssmitha on Apr 21, 2014

... light bulbs. Wooden seats have acoustic ability. They have vents in the floors in the original days itself - natural air conditioning. The cost at that time was 10 Frt. Could buy 2 horses at the time. The corridors have sicily soft oak - its soft and can be carved easily. And has small intricate carvings. The royal walkaway they had a large mirror kept there at the end so that the royals can see the decorations on either side. ...

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