Danubius Spa & Conference Hotel Visegrad

Visegrád-Lepencevölgy, Visegrad, 2025, Hungary | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Visegrád-Lepencevölgy, Visegrad, is near Citadel (Fellegvar) and Forest Learning Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Visegrad

Memories are Made in Visegrad

A travel blog entry by chatel on May 28, 2014

... owner. Other than the service, I loved the hotel, especially the pool. It's quite amazing with indoor/outdoor areas and warm. Since we were hikers, we really appreciated the warmth of the relaxing water. We were able to get drinks in the pool area which was really appreciated. The food was good but ...

Budapest Biking : Synagogue, Andrassy St Festival

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 21, 2013

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... could not see unless they had tickets and were inside the ring. I dont think that was tourist friendly

As a tourist I did not know an event was taking place or where to buy tickets. They shouldnt have blocked everything off so that people without tickets could still see from a distance. This could be a great opportunity to showcase the city to visitors. ...

18+ Trnava to Hungary - Visegrad

A travel blog entry by siandlorna on Aug 08, 2013

... half 2, about 4.5 hours to travel no more than 150miles... The site was pretty good and had a really nice swimming pool so we quickly got set up and took advantage of it spending the afternoon there. We ended the day with a fajita dinner,a couple of drinks and a walk along the Danube although this got cut short by the amount of Mozzies trying to suck our blood. We decided an early night to prepare us for our day in Budapest tomorrow would be a good idea!! Night night! ...

Budapest day 1

A travel blog entry by 30challenge on Jul 31, 2013

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... look very pretty with Victorian tiled walls. We didn't get off at the last stop - mainly because we were talking. Some other passengers looked very concerned that we were still on. We assumed it would turn around and go back, then we could get off. We were wrong! We ended up in a depot! The workers thought it was funny how we'd ended up there. It must happen a lot. After another drink, we stumbled across a circus. We decided to buy tickets. It certainly didn't disappoint. We ...

My First Hungarian Exploration

A travel blog entry by kevinmulia on Jul 22, 2013

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... s).

Bel constructed the castle in response to the Mongol invasions around 1240-1250s, and then Charles I built the first royal house. Louis I expanded it. Sigismund moved the royal power to Buda, and lastly king Matthias Corvinus took residence in the castle.

There were areas in the castle which were dedicated to be museums (I could have gone into the wax museum, but I failed to take the ticket when I paid in the counter, simply taking ...

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