CEU Konferencia Kozpont

Kerepesi u 87, Budapest, 1106, Hungary | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Józsefváros area of Budapest, is near Margaret Island (Margitsziget), Holocaust Memorial Center, Statue of St Stephen, and Chinese Market.
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

A costly day!

A travel blog entry by divansanten on Sep 04, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... and makes the skin of the berries thinner, helping create the perfect harmony of acid and sugar. The world famous Asz˙ wines are made by adding these berries with noble rot, and the more asz˙-grapes the wine contains the more precious it is. Tokaj wine region is part of the UNESCO World Heritage.


How do you say "hot" in Yiddish?

A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 05, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... chicken paprikas (not as good as mine, he says) and I had deer stew in a red wine gravy with potatoe dumplings. I've never had deer before- it was incredible! The storm didn't materialize, so we headed out for some night pictures. We went back down to the river and walked along there, getting pictures of the castle, Matthias Church, Fisherman's Bastion and the Chain Bridge. Then back home, stopping to get pictures of St. Stephen's Basilica lit up. A nice, sunny day of ...

Buda to the Pest!

A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Apr 17, 2014

2 comments, 80 photos

... realise but it is actually split in two parts, on one side of the river is Buda which is the Hilly side and then the other side which is the central city and were we were staying is called Pest. Zoltan was great because he didn’t go on too much about history etc he talked to us more about the real Budapest, what to eat what to drink, the best baths to go to and also one handy tip was that when paying for drinks etc at a bar or restaurant never say thank you when ...

Langos, lucky horse balls and carrot sellers...

A travel blog entry by emfletche on Feb 13, 2014

5 photos

... soon we are being shepherded along by a Hungarian called Zoltan who has the enthusiasm of a small puppy out for his first walk. From Zoltan we learned that famous inventions from Budapest include the Rubiks Cube, the biro pen and “do-re-mi” (not in fact invented by a nun called Maria…); Hungarian is one of the hardest languages to learn but what sounds like “t-shirt” means “ten beers”; Budapest is pronounced ...

Act 3. 3 countries in 1 day.

A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Sep 14, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

What's worse than one day in Slovakia? If you judge the country from the view from the train the answer is two days. It's pretty uninspiring and in places quite brutal and ugly. The country is full of Communist era architecture which is dominated by drab concrete, rectangular everythings and general blandness. It's obviously not really well off and it's full of 'oraty' ...