Red Bus Hostel

Semmelweis utca 14., Budapest, Hungary | Hostel
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History Of Budapest- Lukas' Personal Reflections

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A History of Budapest Budapest was founded on the former Roman province of Pannonia which was first really populated by celtic tribes. Actually Budapest started as very close yet separate cities: Buda and Pest founded by the Arpad clan under Arpad, the first king of the Magyars, or Hungarians. Under his rule, Buda was made the the capital of …

Catching The Sun

A travel blog entry by emmab


My original plan for today was to visit the Tropicarium, situated in a shopping mall of all places, half an hour south of Budapest. I got to the bus stop at 9.20am, as the Tropicarium opened at 10am and I wanted to get the most of my 24 hour travelcard, which expired at 11.20am. It turned out that the bus leaves at 8am and the the next one is later …

Water Way to Spend a Wednesday (Groan)

A travel blog entry by emmab


Wednesday was the day I'd set aside for the legendary Hungarian baths experience. I'd originally planned to visit the Gellert Baths in Buda, having seen it's impressive architecture in guide book photos. My new Dutch friend from the hostel, Nicolien, also wanted to go to the baths, so we decided to go together. She'd already picked out the …


A travel blog entry by alanna.holloway


Have spent a few days in this amazing city - i think i could spend a few weeks there and still not see everything this city has to offer. It is amazing. First afternoon that we got here we did a walk around and visited some main sites. Out of these the most impressive by far was the St Stephens Cathedral which is probably one of the best churches i …

Days 14-17

A travel blog entry by gbasilio


Day 14 Heading to Budapest The main "adventure" of the day was the trip to Budapest (more on that later) but since my bus would leave at 3:00 pm I decided to call Marta, the Polish girl I met in Wroclaw a few days before, and ask her for a guided tour through Krakow. She kindly accepted my proposal and we met around noon close to the old town (it's …

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