City Home Concierge Residential

Address: o utca 43 49, Budapest, 1066, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Oh My Buda.....Budapest!!

A travel blog entry by eddim on Sep 14, 2015

23 photos

... boots tossed randomly on the river's edge; a tribute to those shot and thrown into the river in 1944. From there we continued onto Cafe Gebeaud to have a leisure outdoor birthday breakfast in honour of my Dad.

Next we hopped on the original metro line up to City Park so Dad could see a Budapest bath at Szechenyi and then we went on to check out the national gallop, a horse show and race that is to take place over the weekend. We ...

My Hostel in Budapest, My Hidden Treasure Chest

A travel blog entry by adellomo on Jul 21, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... Budapest's city center is one of the most beautiful places I have been. My friend and I ended up taking a free walking tour around the entire city, because free is always better, and we learned a ton about Hungarian history and culture. We also took a trip to the famous Hungarian spring healing baths located in the north of the city. While famous for their thermal pools, there is a system to how the healing bathing works. First, you are supposed to go ...

Hungary? - Starving!

A travel blog entry by kavking1 on May 04, 2015

7 photos

... central we popped out to see Imre and Hugo waving at us! Fabulous! They escorted us to town and into our apartment which is ok space wise, but a tad grimy. Shame, with ? splashes around the toilet, and slightly damp and grey towels. No coffee and off milk in the fridge. A bit different to how we present our place! The location's perfect - middle of a very chic area, and a couple of minutes from the Danube and ...

Köszönöm and "goo-yash"

A travel blog entry by sam.pinsak on Apr 28, 2015

11 photos

... tracks from the communist days that were quickly vacated after communism fell. Instead of tearing them down, squatters/the youth essentially took over and started painting/graffiti-ing the walls. They eventually took them over completely, and they are filled with the weirdest decorations, lights, music, etc. The one we went to, Szimpla, is the oldest one, and it is huge! It had at least 7 different bars, multiple levels, a grill, a music ...

Day 37 - Krakow to Budapest

A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Oct 09, 2014

We were up at 5, ate breakfast and on the train at 6. Our train to Katowice, Poland doesn't leave Glowney until 7 but we weren't taking any chances of arriving late. From Glowney to Katowice we had our own train car so we were able to stretch across the seats and sleep. From Katowice to Breclav we had our cabin to ourselves off and on. At one point the train was ...