City Hotel Matyas

Address: Marcius 15. ter 7 - 8, Budapest, 1056, Hungary | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Marcius 15. ter 7 - 8, Budapest, is near Central Market Hall (Nagy Vasarcsarnok), Rudas Baths, Korzo - Danube Embankment (Dunakorzó), and Vigado Concert Hall.
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          Activities

          • Restaurant

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Pets allowed
           

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          Travel Blogs from Budapest

          Cruising Vienna - Bratislava - on to Budapest

          A travel blog entry by veschmidt45 on Sep 26, 2015

          ... and fall very quickly, was too low for us to travel, but in the last days due to heavy rains, the Danube had gone up one foot, so it was exactly how much we needed to proceed on the cruise to the Black Sea! You know, I never really thought about that when making a river cruise plan. I just assumed the river was a river and we would navigate it and that was it. Obviously, there's a lot more to know about that than I do - thank goodness we have superior navigators on this boat!
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          Passau to Budapest

          A travel blog entry by wheretobooboo on Jul 19, 2015

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          ... there's the one about the man who goes into a service station and asks if he can have two bottles of windscreen wash for his Skoda. The service station owner thinks for a while, then says, OK, it's a deal. (Get it?) The really funny thing though is that a Skoda from that era in original condition is now worth a small fortune! Slovakians seem to be a fairly self-deprecating bunch, and are aware that most people can't tell one part of the former communist satellite states from another. ...

          Goulash anyone?

          A travel blog entry by crabby on Jul 03, 2015

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          ... by (first go-round) acoustic Hungarian guitar music then (second go round and a bit faster) Billy Idol, AC/DC and CCR. Considering the fact that the driver of our boat spoke virtually no English and his 'partner' with the shortest of shorts (that got shorter as she reached for dock lines) was indifferent at best to the history around her, and that the 5 of us were beyond jet-lagged, the evening couldn't have been more perfect. Looking forward to a good night's sleeeeeeep. . ...

          Recovering in style...

          A travel blog entry by s-ashmore-hayes on Jun 10, 2015

          22 photos

          So today, I woke up at 6.30am...over an hour before the alarm, feeling umm...not quite my normal self shall we say... To make it worse, once I was awake, I was awake, and that was that. I tossed and I turned, and downed a ridiculous amount of water, as we had planned to go on a free walking tour of Budapest at 10.30am. After a lovely and much needed breakfast, and bidding a final farewell to Ben, we headed out, getting lost on route and turning around ...

          A Visit to the Liszt Music Academy

          A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Mar 06, 2015

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          ... the performance. The instructor dug into the story of each piece of music, pointing out what was happening in the story being told by the piece, and suggesting how it should be played, for example how the hand is held should change between the seductive conversation (requiring a light touch), and when the deception by the impostor is revealed by the bird (it is a small bird, not an eagle, no pounding).

          Lunch was across the street, and ...