Hotel Benta

Address: 27-29 Vaci ut, Budapest, H-1047, Hungary | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Újpest area of Budapest, is near Danube, Aquincum Museum (Aquincumi Muzeum), Janos Hill (Janoshegy), and Victor Vasarely Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Map Reading in Hungarian : Fail!

A travel blog entry by fishtails04 on Dec 16, 2014

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... suggesting that the state of Hungary bears no responsibility for the genocide following the German occupation, including the deportation of nearly half a million Hungarian citizens (mostly Jews but also Gypsies, gays and dissidents) to nazi extermination camps. ...Historians of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences have unanimously condemned the message suggested by this monument, labelling it as an attempt to rewrite history.'


But a pest in Hungry. I mean Budapest in Hungary

A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Sep 18, 2014

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Gobsmackingly stunning. A breathtakingly beautiful city. Lots of snogging young people will attest to the romance of the city.

Thanks to N's awesome research skills, when we landed in Budapest it was a simple bus trip and metro transfer to our accommodation, remembering to validate our tickets. A trap for travellers, it is a stupid system of validation, they like to check tourists with bags, as you are less likely to know this, and they can give you a big ...

More Budapest Culture!

A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 11, 2014

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... was one Monet in the 19th century section which Lana captured before being told off! Others included Pissarro and Gauguin which I also like. There was also several small works by Rodin, he certainly was very good with form & size. After a quick look through the Egyptian Antiquities section it was time for lunch (2pm). PM - Had lunch in the museum Café then a look around Hero's Square (lots of bronze ...


A travel blog entry by jd.6392 on May 25, 2014

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... he was, happy as Larry. ******! As it turned out. He had been knocking on and entering the door code to the hostel on every door he could find for the past 5 hours. So I think he suffered enough. I did however take great amounts of joy in slapping him awake for dinner that night! Other than that, my time was peaceful. I went back to the spa. I walked along the river, sat on beaches and went out for really nice, really cheap food. One of those meals, ...

Budapesh - The saga continues

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Dec 28, 2013

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... great waiter who spoke really good English and helped to explain what everything was. We grabbed our menus and had a bit of a giggle at how cheap everything was. I asked the waiter for a local beer and was given a thumbs up and half litre of Borsodi (pronounced Borshodi) which went down a treat and cost about €0.50 cents. Jamie and Anna had a bottle of red wine and Ian got a Hoegaaden, which did seem to be everywhere. We asked the waiter how to say 'cheers' and got ...