City Hotel Ring
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews City Hotel Ring Budapest
Travel Blogs from Budapest
... were able to fully appreciate and capture the view. All too soon we pulled into shore, disembarked and were bused back over the bridge to where we started. Nevertheless it was a great way to end our first day in Budapest.
The next morning I took off on my own for the 10am Pest tour where Dorottya was again the guide. This tour was more spread out across town and required us to use the metro at several points. We started ...
... to understand Hungary and its people. After the museum, we continued up Andrassy Utca to the big City Park and Heroe’s square, a fitting end to the day.
The other highlights of Budapest were our spa experience and our day trip up the Danube bend. After sleeping in on the Sunday, we decided what better way to spend the afternoon than at one of Budapest’s much talked about thermal baths. There are numerous to choose from, but we chose one just across the ...
... pretty young fellowship in comparison to Adelaide, having recently celebrated it's 20th anniversary. The meeting was really good. The talk was translated for us and we were pleasantly surprised at the translator's level of English. We were introduced to lots of brothers and sisters and shared testimonies and had a great time of fellowship. In the second meeting I ended up giving my testimony whilst Monica translated. Thankfully I didn't die of nerves. A young ...
... big fight for for Budapest Soviet army were fighting the Germans and Budapest was under siege and in the shelling all the bridges were blown up 40% of Budapest was damaged And the Soviet didn't leave - for 44 years! RUSSIAN COMMUNISM When millions of people were displaced, especially the Germans. Nobody wanted them. Everything was confiscated by Russia, a communist state. They were told to pack a case, board cattle train and move back to Germany. They had ...
... amazing. It was the second most powerful museum I've ever been to besides the Vietnam War Museum in Ho Chi Minh City. The House of Terror was all about when Hungary took the side of the Nazis in WWII. This building was used in the war to interrogate and torture Jews. It was horrific to see what these people were put through.
After going through the museum, I couldn’t take much more history, so ...