Casa Sol Hotel

Baross utca 108, Budapest, 1082, Hungary | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $57.00
 

Travel Blogs from Budapest

Statues in Obuda, walk along waterfront at dusk

A travel blog entry by neat.freak

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... a seltzer bottle- Jim sat down and had a drink with him... Just around the corner were the statues of the Women with Umbrellas. They're interesting life sized bronze statues with tin umbrellas sculpted by Imre Varga, who has a studio nearby. Then, we headed back to the Arpads bridge just on the other side of the main square to take the #1 tram a few stops, then hop on the metro to head home. After a little rest in the afternoon, we decided ...

Three Pests in Buda

A travel blog entry by merlest54

4
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... tables were set up and a barbecue was prepared for us. We feasted on delicious sausages and tender pork steaks, an Austrian style potato salad and green salad, fresh breads and of course, wine. Adam is very knowledgeable about wines, and in fact, worked for this family winery, and he explained in detail the ‘provenance’ of each wine. We sampled two whites and two reds and finished the meal with a glass of walnut schnapps. Dessert was a ...

BDPST

A travel blog entry by watso

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... for some reason. Then, along with people from the hostel, we went on this magnific concept called Beer Bike. Basically, there are 4 people on each side pedalling, and one guy steering the bike, while there is another guy in the middle pouring beers from a tap on the bike. (see photos!). We went around town and it was loads of fun because we would run off the bike to give beers to homeless people and people who were cheering us. The cars behind us were not so ...

Last day in Budapest before flying to London

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw

1
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... century. There are also exhibits showing how Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union impacted Hungary.

Was very sobering experience and I didn’t realise how long Hungary had been affected for. Nazi Germany occupation is bad enough, but then they had decades of Soviet communist which wasn’t any better with a lot of Hungarian being taken as forced workers and treated poorly. It is only in the last 20 years that Hungary has ...

Which is Best? Buda or Pest?

A travel blog entry by marybc

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In 1873 the cities of Buda and Pest united (along with the district of Obuda that somehow got lost in the transaction). The history of Budapest (pronounced: Booda-pesht) is very convoluted what with the Celts, the Romans and of course the Turks (they ruled the area for 150 years!) as well as the neighbours all fighting over the right to call the area home.
It's pretty obvious by now that strategic locations on the Danube were much ...

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