Atel Dominika Apartman

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

Budapesh - The saga continues

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... br> The next day we just took it easy. We went out for a big walk over to City Park and around. We walked up Andrássy út which is made to look similar to the Champs-Élysées in Paris. It was an uneventful but good day of fresh air. Jamie lost all her photos from this day only left with that on her phone so there's really not much to see. We went to Szimpla, a famed ruin bar that popped up in an abandoned building and has now become a tourist mainstay of the city. It's ...

Welcome to Austria!

A travel blog entry by 2girls1world


... know that we would eat it all for sure! Our starters came, a bruschetta and a white sausage with pretzel. It was yum! A girl came to ask if we were ready for our mains, said we would like a little longer then 30 seconds later our mains come out haha. Ah well.
The food was delicious and the beers good! Eventually it was time to head back to the hostel in hope of waking to go and explore Salzberg!

Stacey :)

Margit Bridge and Island

A travel blog entry by londone7


... the tram doesn't take cash fare.

I decided to start walking as all I had to do was follow the tram line. It passes over Margit Bridge close to where I am staying. In the middle ...

Slovakia and Hungary

A travel blog entry by peterandjane


... contemplation. When liberated by Soviet troops in 1945, around 2,300 bodies were found dead or already buried in the courtyard. Subsequently, weeping mulberry trees were planted on the grave sites, with many memorial stones set out around the raised mass graves. Out in another courtyard is a large stainless steel sculpture that looks a bit like a large weeping tree, with names of the dead engraved individually on each ...

More from the river

A travel blog entry by jenniferwhite


... 20,000 soldiers used the tunnels as barracks during the occupation. What is really interesting is that until 2011 those tunnels were one. If you look at the website you get a sense that something akin to our EPA shut them down for no reason. It is a very interesting read. To think about the number of time that Hungary has been invaded and the many times the castle has been rebuilt is amazing. It reminds me of Poland. The tenacity ...


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