City Home Concierge Residential

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

Budapest lights

A travel blog entry by nettandnev on Jul 06, 2014

Cruised into Budapest at 8am, a magnificent site of buildings and architecture along the river. We had the morning to explore, so we walked and found some great shops. Although the shop keepers don't let you browse they go low you around, but it was fun and managed to find something to buy. After lunch we had a tour of town. The guide was great, in fact all the guides have been great. Young, prepared to have a laugh at themselves, ...


A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on May 07, 2014

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... a shot of Palinka - rather strong and not nice! As this did not start until 10.30 we had time for a sleep in or....
a run along the river bank and around Margaret Island or a swim.
Simon went for a run and the Island has a cushioned track around it - like running round QE2 (that was!) A lovely spring morning for a quick 10k. It was flat so it was quick compared to a home hill run) Susan had a 50 minute swim -so a good start.
We were then bussed to the ...

Hello, I'm selling carrots. Would you like one?

A travel blog entry by niknak21 on Apr 30, 2014

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... a treat and set us up for a walk to the pub. It was a pub Pete read about called a 'ruin bar'. Incredible! It's basically a ruin of a building with a whole heap of tat and random things in it. For example, there was a bath for a seat, and old car seats, hairdryers, teddys, and someone selling carrots. "Hello, I'm selling carrots.. Would you like one?!" We immediately regretted saying no! Beer and a carrot? Why ever not! On a box on the wall there ...


A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jan 17, 2014

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... for a quick look around. Its the biggest in Budapest and is represented with all the top fashion name stores.

Today its off to see the Parliament. As i am now a Hungarian passport holder i am entitled to a 50% discount on the entrance fee. The tour takes you to see the magnificent stair case, the Crown Jewels and the the lower house. I cannot begin to find enough words to describe what you see. Our english speaking lady guide is very informative in her ...

Truly blessed

A travel blog entry by theporters2013 on Aug 31, 2013

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... city. Buda on one side of the Danube & Pest on the other.
We did some wandering after we arrived - mainly along the riverbank. Visited St Stephen's Basilica. Stephen was the first King of Hungary. The Hungarians were pagans & he saw that that wouldn't work for them so he "converted" them. Very soon after his death he was canonised. Statues of him show him with a double cross called the Apostolic ...