Kis Diofa utca 13, Budapest, 1077, Hungary | 4 star hotel
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Hungary - Budapest

A travel blog entry by janlill


... it's 2kg and is only worn at coronations The carpet is handmade by 4 women - all knotted - and has been there for 100 years and you can't see any wear and tear despite thousands of people walking on it Was bombed in WW2 and huge sections damaged and have had to be restored Hero Square commemorations 1000 years of Hungary with all the people who had impacted the history of Hungary. Who are true heroes in life I wonder? Someone who learns to look out ...

Goodbye Budapest

A travel blog entry by merlest54


... quite funny really. He then organized for a cab to pick us up and said it would be there in a couple of minutes. Ten minutes later and with that train disappearing before our eyes, no cab. Daniel rang to check that the cab had arrived and when we said no cab, another Irish expletive so he rang again for another cab. A minute later a yellow cab zoomed down the road, right past us…..ummm. By now it was 6.55am and a 12 minute ride to the ...

First Zoo!

A travel blog entry by essejtravels


... side) it was a steep climb up the hill and there were lookouts over the city dotted around but eventually we made it up there and there were statues, memorials and tacky tourist stalls. Our last stop of the day was at St. Stephen's Basilica full of statues and frescoes but famous for the holy right hand of St. Stephen (Hungary's first King), preserved inside a reliquary. But when we eventually got around to it a priest at the church had ...

Suddenly feeling Hungary

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey

... had been virtually empty - after all, who wants to catch a 6:30 am flight in the middle of the work week, particularly when Zaventem airport is such a beast to get to at that time of day? The minute we walked onto the tarmac and boarded the bus to the terminal, I knew. Budapest and I were going to get along famously.

We took a bus from the airport to the metro station, and when the train, looking as if it had just come from Kiev in 2005 ...


A travel blog entry by kyajade


... a little while having a look at all the stalls. There were so many! Crazy amounts of wine in this place! We picked a stall judging only by 'that guy looks fun', and got a taster of a couple of their wines, then kept walking around while drinking it. It wasn't a great one. As we walked up towards the other end of the festival, there was a big stage set up, but it looked like they were between sets at the time. We found ourselves a seat on the ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Erzsébetváros area of Budapest, is near Hungarian State Opera House (Magyar Allami Operahaz), Budapest Operetta Theatre, Gozsdu Courtyard (Gozsdu Udvar), and Franz Liszt Academy.
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