Atel Dominika Apartman

Address: Liderc Utca 13, Budapest, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Kolocsa, Hungary - Organ concert and horse show

A travel blog entry by veschmidt45 on Sep 30, 2015

... by a processing plant with heaps of peppers that have been harvested and are ready for processing. All the souvenir shops have many packaged versions of paprika to take home as souvenirs. Paprika is Hungary's most famous export. The spice was brought to Hungary from Central and South America and introduced during Turkish occupation (Ottomans).

At any rate, our morning was really a delight. Our first stop was at the twin towered Baroque St. Stephen's ...

Visiting Maggy !

A travel blog entry by robinstride on Aug 09, 2015

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The hotel is playing tricks again - 9.34 a.m. And another power failure and suddenly whilst we were asleep a large noise and the automatic window blinds wound up leaving us from pitch black to full sunshine ... Well we better get up then !! Robin decided to go geocaching and found 2 straight outside - the main cache at St Stephens cathedral and a special event cache celebrating the marriage of two locals !! As I approached the first cache I noticed I was being watched ...

Dinner, a missing blog and my last day in Budapest

A travel blog entry by birteuk on Jul 20, 2015

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... via the Great Synagogue. I visited the synagogue and its remembrance gardens. After purchasing my ticket I made my way through tight security and a bag check. I already mentioned the fact of the mass grave yesterday and seeing the site where this grave was uncovered is truly moving. There are plaques with the names of those who died and even though they met an awful end all the people ended up in separate graves rather than staying in a mass grave. There is also ...

Budapest; is this our new favourite city?

A travel blog entry by thepoonanns on Mar 18, 2015

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Hungary has a long history of being occupied, at one stage or another they were run by the Romans, Mongols, Hepsburgs and Soviets. In WWI Hungary were involved in the 'losing' side and consequently lost part of their land. In WWII the Nazis promised Hungary that if they joined forces, they would be able to reclaim their land, but we all know what happened there. The country is considered to be in a post-communist era, which means it used to be a ...


A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Feb 24, 2015

... snacks (did I mention the amazing Hommus Bar….best Hommus and Falafel EVER), we were ready for the night clubs. I'm not much of a night club fan normally, but we actually had a really fun night. There were chinese dragons (is it CNY?), good tunes, huge rooms, copious alcoholic beverages and horrible dance moves. Perfect. It was a long hike home but we got there in the end….hoping for a pardon tomorrow. What's the best cure for a ...