Unity Hostel

Address: Kiraly utca 60 3rd floor, Budapest, H - 1068, Hungary | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located in the Újpest area of Budapest, is near Great Circus (Nagy Cirkusz), Aquincum Museum (Aquincumi Muzeum), Janos Hill (Janoshegy), and Victor Vasarely Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Budapest

      Map Reading in Hungarian : Fail!

      A travel blog entry by fishtails04 on Dec 16, 2014

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      ... Austrians just don't rush. Walking down the street from Keleti, though, in a visibly grittier and grimier city, there was plenty of rushing going on, but that suited me: it was 9.55 a.m. and I had to locate the guest house, leave my bags, hurry across town to the opera house, find an atm to get some local currency with which to buy some much-needed caffeine, go the loo and be in my seat for the 11am performance of La Boheme... whew! I just made ...

      More Budapest Culture!

      A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 11, 2014

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      ... Into the Museum of Fine Arts for more culture, lots on display here including a special exhibition of Toulouse Lautrec. Lots to look at here including; Early Flemish & Spanish art (1600 - 1800) Early German & Austrian art Early British & French art 19th century art Classical antiquities Egyptian antiquities I particularly like the old Flemish masters, eg Pieter Bruegel, because of their real life scenes. ...

      The City that sits on Hundreds of Hot Springs

      A travel blog entry by schreinski on Nov 18, 2013

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      ... a live ballet performance was incredible and there is no words to express how in "awh" I was. When the show was finished we headed on a tour of the city. Our first stop was the Parliament building. The building was huge, but I was disappointed because there was a lot of construction going on so we didn't even get to go very close to it. We then headed up to, what is known as, Castle Hill. We took a metro, as well as a bus, to the very top due to the fact it was freezing ...

      Buda and Pest

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Sep 12, 2013

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      ... yes, no, thank you, hello and goodbye. Funniest thing was that hello sounded like seeya, and goodbye sounded like hello!! That's gonna mess with me!! From there we crossed a bridge to Buda and climbed up heaps and heaps of stairs to the top of the hill. There was an amazing view over Pest and the river from up there, you could clearly see the St Stephens Basilica, and the cool looking gothic style parliament building with all its spires and cool stuff. We walked past a ...

      When in Buda, be a Pest...

      A travel blog entry by amy_green_22 on Aug 17, 2013

      ... hostel so found one round the corner called Emerald Hostel. Once the Scottish girls had left us we knew whereabouts it was but not exactly and there were no signs anywhere. Lauren saw a sign saying just hostel and it was green in colour so we thought it might be a good option. When Lauren pressed the intercom and asked in her polite telephone voice, "is this Emerald Hostel?" the reply was yessssss in a suspicious voice. Becoming a bit uneasy in the hustle and bustle of the city ...