Matus Hotel

Address: Fogarasi Str 147, Budapest, 1141, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Brilliant Budapest

A travel blog entry by carlstravelblog on Sep 18, 2015

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... excursion also included a night time view from Gelliert hill which was fanatastic.

The pushta

Interesting horse show where people rode round quickly with a pint of beer in their hand without spilling any, hit a bow and arrow at targets while moving and you even see a bit of dressage. The excursion also included a carriage ride, tour of the grounds and palinka!

The rail break


Arrived Budapest!

A travel blog entry by ashcheung on Jun 02, 2015

... She helped me to check-in and settle all the stuff and then suggest some places to go.

My room was actually a 6 bed shared room, and the room was divided into 3 small sections, each with one bunk bed in it. And I settled in one of them. Since it was running late that night, so I just stayed at the hostel planning for tomorrow's adventure.


WARNING! Walking Tour Overload

A travel blog entry by anlnewby on May 28, 2015

... It's a spirit that is served like a shot. Apparently he also makes delicious schnitzel sandwiches but we didn't get to try these. Following this, we went to our first ruin bars. It was a Mexican place that was celebrating its fifth birthday. Ruin bars have their name because following the war and communism that area was left abandoned. No one had the money to fix them up so some clever person decided to market them as is. They often ...


A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on May 24, 2015

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... ATM. I clearly have still not mastered the Hungarian forint, which has an exchange rate of 300 to one euro. This means that 10,000 forent is around 33 euros. When withdrawing cash, I somehow miscalculated the number of zero's and ended up withdrawing about 300 euro's worth of forint, which I have absolutely nothing to spend on. I've exchanged most of it, but hopefully I haven't lost too much in the process. Note to self: do not try to drunk math.


Train and exploration, Budapest.

A travel blog entry by cuartotres on Jan 03, 2015

... for one full day, so it was hard to gather anything. And walking did I do! From Obuda, I walked instead of taking the tram into the center because there was a couple of stops suggested by a website with a tour of “Off the beaten path” places to visit in Budapest. One stop was a bakery that was well known for traditional Budapest treats. As I walked up the street that the bakery was on, I knew I was headed in the right direction when I caught a whiff of ...