Central Green Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCentral Green Hotel Budapest
Central Green was in a great location in relation to tourism in the Pest side of Budapest.
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... us to yet another heuriger for lunch. From a wonderful buffet selection of Austrian dishes, hot and cold, we made our lunch choices then went outside and sat at a long table and enjoyed it with yet another bottle of Gruner Vetliner. It was all so delicious and made even better by the fact that we were doing something not many tourists get to experience. Having locals take us around has been a real bonus.
Early Saturday morning we went, via ...
... There was barely floor spaces for our bags. We got changed and headed out to find some dinner and a drink somewhere. A flyer at reception advertised a pub crawl which left from around the corner. So we got to the meeting spot, and looked around for the guide who was supposed to be in an orange shirt. Nothing. That would make it the 4th pub crawl we'd somehow lost, or failed to find. Cranky, we gave up and found a bar for dinner. It was after 11 by the time we finally had food in ...
... much, the people at the trams are very strict and definitely after tourists money. I bought a ticket but only to go 3 stops and from the baths I went 5 stops. So I got in trouble... anywho...
After that, I got back to my hostel and the whole point of my party hostel is that they take the party elsewhere and we get to know everyone else too. We left at 8:30 to go to a bar for an hour. Then we were on our way to go to the party boat. It was the second largest boat ...
... most of the tourists, and Pest, on the other side of the river, which has an amazing Parliament building and is the commercial centre. It was, as promised, breathtaking. We took a river cruise past the Parliament, and were serenaded by Magyars playing violins. We went to the opera and the ballet. We ran out of time to see the baths, and most of the city, and felt we should have gone for longer. We have since met a lovely Hungarian girl, Kata, who is trying ...