City Hotel Ring
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Hotel Ring Budapest
Not too sure whether this should be classed as a hotel or a hostel? But each room has an ensuite bathroom and has everything you would need. The hotel is clean and friendly, but don't expect too much as you only get what you pay for. On arrival we were given a map of the city, told the best places to go and how to get there, the staff also gave us money off vouchers for a hop on, hop off bus tour which was brilliant! Overall the staff are very friendly and will do everything they can to ensure you have the best stay possible. I would definitely recommend this hotel to people who want to get out and explore Budapest as the location us great! (Tram stop just down the road and metro station near by, good central location). If I return to Budapest in the future, I would stay here again!
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Budapest is a city that I have always wanted to visit, so I decided to surprise my mum at Christmas! We travelled from 17th February to 21st February 2015. My mum was under the impression that Hungary was still a dark country due to its communist history and the problems it faced during and after world war 2, however she could not have been more …
... patched up, but the streets are free of litter and the people are truly friendly. I don't even know where to go on explaining my time in this amazing city, and I keep erasing because a timeline doesn't seem right. I think it's time for a list: Things Lynette Experienced. Enjoy! Lynette experienced... ...so much love from a perfect traveling family, consisting of (in order of appearance): Kili, Dan, and Michael. I could never compare the ...
... a month to exchange incorrectly addressed mail. Could be true ...... Anyway, after the gentle delights of Bratislava, we carried on down the Danube to Hungary. We arrived quite late in the evening, but were urged to stay up on deck for as long as we could keep our eyes open, because we would never again see such a wonderful sight as sailing into Budapest by night. And it really was worth every lost second of sleep. That's it for now, and another long post. Take heart, the next episode will be the ...
So today we toured the Pest side and got a primer on this city's history. We found out that Hungarians (name derived from the marauding Huns) do not refer to themselves as such but rather Magyars. Their roots are NOT Eastern European (geographically, Hungary is the center of Europe) but rather Asian, thanks to Atilla. Under many rules since then, they consider 896 AD their birthday. 1896 saw them hosting the World's Fair ...
... Ben how to get to the meeting point, before another final goodbye. On route we found a tourist information point (thank goodness), who told us where to go from there. Eventually we found it, but it was HOT! I think it hit 30° today, but amazingly I barely moaned!
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