Central European University Residence

Kerepesi u 87, Budapest, 1106, Hungary | Hotel
Prices starting from $41.00
 

Travel Blogs from Budapest

Train to Budapest w Marion & Gigi leaving in BU&R

A travel blog entry by keysjam

Judit hosted a terrific workshop. Istvan Szabo and others very welcoming..

Statues in Obuda, walk along waterfront at dusk

A travel blog entry by neat.freak

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... it off! The sun was starting to sink and I took pictures of the castle, various buildings, trams and churches with the different light on them. We seemed to stumble across all sorts of statues on our way home- one of a painter painting the chain bridge, another of the Buda Castle which was promptly attacked by Jim-zilla, a newsboy sculpted by a 100 year old artist near Elizabeth square. It was a day of statues indeed. We had a lovely, relaxing ...

Three Pests in Buda

A travel blog entry by merlest54

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... lifted the mat, picked up the key left under it, as you do, and unlocked the door. He indicated to us that we go right through and out to the outdoor terrace on the other side. From here we had lovely views over the village to the Danube and the hills beyond. We sat at a long wooden table and Adam served us more wines in lovely glasses. The Gruner Vetliner here was magnificent. Three more wines and all I wanted was a bed under the tree but no rest for ...

BDPST

A travel blog entry by watso

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... possibly the best place on earth to chill and relax in the hot spas.

And as if I didn't have enough spa in one day, I signed up for the "Sparty". This basically was a huge outdoor pool filled with people, alcohol, and other disgusting substances in the water, with plenty of good music pumping, water splashing and lasers beaming across the pool. It was...unique. And Fun. but yeah, more disgusting than you'd ever imagine.

and with that, my trip ...

Last day in Budapest before flying to London

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw

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... freedom it deserved and is starting to develop.

The basement is the cells which held prisoners and where interrogation/torture occurred. It has been slightly reconstructed but felt very real and depressing. There was even stalls which were used to snap a prisoner’s neck which was quicker and cleaner than hanging.

We left there feeling a little ill but well informed. Liz and Chris were awake and packed so we headed ...

Location

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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