Alfa Art Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Budapest
... fancy with no where near the grand buildings of the other side that wouldn't look out of place anywhere in Europe. So Buda is the pretty side but Pest has the better pubs and restaurants for less than half the price, so swings and roundabouts. Aniko warned us to stick to the Pest side for all our food and drinking needs.
The highlight of the Pest side is the massive St Stephens Basilica and the Parliament buildings which are huge, detailed and just amazing. We later found ...
... still blowing and cold. But we walked ran to the inside section. It wasn't as warm as outside, didn't look as nice and had lots of people crowded in it. We thought we would just have a small time in each pool to try and then to go back out to the main pool. All the pools were cooler than the next, until we went the other direction to a real hot pool of about thirty eight degrees, it was so nice we didn't want to get out. Marcus asked if it was possible for ...
... the major political parties and the reference was that these parties were bums, they stink etc so don't vote for them. Julie also got the palindromic number and knew it was the year 1357, the 9th day of the 7th month and work started at 5:31 (or as close as they knew at that time). Well done. But no-one has managed the cryptograph ones yet. I've even got a tougher one if someone gets it! Bye for now from our luxurious Budapest ...
... but it came right in the end. The Tatry mountains tower over most of central Europe and are part of the Carpathian range that extends over several countries. This is a popular ski area in winter, but no snow now even on the highest peaks. We did some day hikes here, one fairly easy one up to Popradske Pleso, a mountain lake set deep in a high valley surrounded by towering peaks. It was hot and sunny when we set out, ...
... large cave system not far out of the main city?! The trip was truly adventurous and one of the best caving experiences I've had - with lots of tiny holes to climb through, some I would have never dared to try if I was doing it for work! Our guide was fantastic and so happy that she had a group so willing to try all the more challenging routes. We finally climbed out of the caves after about 2.5 hours and made our way back into the city. Here we found an awesome ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed