Red Bus Hostel

Address: Semmelweis utca 14., Budapest, Hungary | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Budapest

    Budapest, Hungary

    A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on Jun 02, 2014

    8 comments, 71 photos

    Travel Times 38 - 2 June 2014
    Budapest, Hungary

    Budapest Intro
    Those who have visited Budapest told us to be prepared for a fabulous city. We found that a week there was not enough to experience everything the city has to offer. Without sounding like a pitch from the Visitors and Convention Bureau, Budapest is robust, gregarious, and sociable, with a very young population in a very ...

    Day 183 - Szechenyi Baths

    A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 01, 2014

    ... there are three pools outside, but only two were operational at the time we were there. There were two pools heated to 34 degrees, with fountains and jets, but the central swimming pool was out of action. This wasn't a massive issue for us anyway, as we were here to relax in thermal pools, not have a workout! We stayed in the outdoor pool for quite a while, enjoying "sightseeing" whilst sitting in a thermal pool - the building was fantastic (and the ...

    Relaxing in the Hot Springs of Budapest

    A travel blog entry by stephaniegaul on Nov 16, 2013

    51 photos

    ... are close to Heros Square and the city zoo (Which we visited after), we were told this really was the ultimate expierence in the capital, and arguably, Europe - It is the largest meicinal bath on the continent.
    It was probably around, max, 40 degrees and we were running around outside in our swimming suits. These baths were how hungarians spent there leisure time. The young, old, men, women, children were all relaxing in these baths. Guys even come here to play chess. ...