Atlantic Hotel

Nepszinhaz u. 55, Budapest, 1081, Hungary | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Józsefváros area of Budapest, is near Margaret Island (Margitsziget), Holocaust Memorial Center, Hungarian National Museum (Magyar Nemzeti Muzeum), and Chinese Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Budapest

    The Ecseri Market

    A travel blog entry by centaur169 on Jun 28, 2014

    54 photos

    ... a short for me, had a beer close to the hotel after which I had a nap while Janet went to the pool.

    We left the hotel at around 1630 for dinner at one of Janet's favorite restaurants, the "Csiga" or snail where we both had a wonderful dinner after which ...

    When in Budapest, Do as the Hungarians Do

    A travel blog entry by burtonnm on Jun 02, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... it didn't help at all.

    As we left the restaurant, we headed toward the highlight of our evening- we were going to relax in authentic Hungarian thermal baths. Hungary is situated over hundreds of hot springs so they have dozens of thermal baths where you can pay to sit in the warm mineral water. They mix the hot springs with cold water to get them to the right temperature. This was definitely a new and strange experience but we really enjoyed ...

    He's Always Ready to Lend a Hand...

    A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 20, 2014

    22 photos

    ... t have any destination in mind, we were just in explore-mode. This might be old news to most of you, but I never knew that "Budapest" is a combination of the names of two formerly separate cites. Buda and Pest were on opposite sides of the Danube until formally combined into one larger city, hence Budapest. That's your pointless fact of the day! For hours we meandered through the streets, stumbling from one landmark to the next, each more interesting than ever ...

    Budapesh - The saga continues

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Dec 28, 2013

    215 photos

    ... are exactly the same height to indicate that neither the church nor the state should dominate the other, instead they should be equals. The height also happens to be 96 metres, which is when St Stephen founded the city. They loves their symbolism! There's also laws that no building can be taller than 96 metres so these two lovely buildings still dominate the skyline today.

    Next up was across the river to Buda - the fancy old side that used to be a different town until ...

    From Hospitals to the Opera

    A travel blog entry by theresapitts on Oct 05, 2013

    ... and the largest synagogue in Europe, so learnt further about the tragic Jewish history.
    Took a trip out to Szentendre, on the bend of the Danube – an old artists colony that is now very quaint with it's cobbled streets.
    I loved Budapest and definitely could have stayed longer, but sadly, my time in Europe was ...