Forras Hotel

Address: Tancsics M. 34, Komarom, 2900, Hungary | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Tancsics M. 34, Komarom.
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    Travel Blogs from Komarom

    Budapest 10/17-18

    A travel blog entry by rcozen on Oct 19, 2015

    8 photos

    Arrived in Budapest after a long flight. The Viking Skadi is a beautiful longboat. Budapest is a magnificent city and well deserves the title of "Paris of Eastern Europe". The visit to the Duheny St. synagogue and Holocaust museum was very moving. The night sail leaving Budapest heading for Slovokia was ...

    Gyor is a little gem

    A travel blog entry by turnersaho22 on Oct 03, 2015

    17 photos

    ... soup is very common. As is fried food. The bread of Hungry is a simple white, cut very thickly. Most of the cheese is white cheese. There are more Gelato shops and carts here than we've ever seen anywhere. After lunch, we found the local DM (walgreens) for toothpaste. The the local Spar (safeway) for wine, beer and cheese. Also at the Spar, we picked up the weekly flyer. It's very helpful to see pictures of ...

    Day 30 - Visegrad to Esztergom (cycled 62 km)

    A travel blog entry by dewdsontour on Sep 09, 2015

    9 photos

    Arrived in Visegrad, had breakfast, unloaded the bike and off on the road. Just a few of us are doing the long route today. En route to the first ferry we saw about 20 herons in the fields bordering the river. We covered the 16 km to the ferry in 40 minutes but, unfortunately, the ferry had just departed so we had a one hour wait to the next one! We had a very pleasant run back to the Visegrad (opposite side of the bank). We had coffee ...

    Day trip to the Hungarian countryside

    A travel blog entry by geoffnkaye on Aug 23, 2015

    14 photos

    ... Visegrad castle sits high on the hill overlooking the town and the river, and is in a superb location. It is now just a ruin and unfortunately we were not able to explore it, but we were able to have lunch at a popular restaurant high on the hill and close by. While eating, we were serenaded by a trio comprising 2 violins and double bass who wandered from table to table playing a mix of music from Brahms Hungarian Dances to pop tunes, ...


    A travel blog entry by lukeandsarah on Jun 18, 2013

    ... crossed it is safe drinking water. Obviously less developed than other countries on trip, some small shops have that bare, wooden shelf look wih a few sad products and plenty of space. Old cars. One of those days that turns a bit epic when campsite i hope for isnt there. End up cycling 30 more miles to get one. A sense of resignation drives me on, through the sweat and hills, along dirt tracks and topless farmers who stare sullenly as ...