Hotel Flandria

XIII. Szegedi ut, 27, Budapest, 1135, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Let the sightseeing begin!

A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 04, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... We walked down the waterfront a bit, Elizabeth ter, a nice park that has beer gardens, green space and a new feature- the Budapest "eye", like the London "eye" but smaller. We didn't go up but we may still- it probably has a great view of the city. Interestingly, there's a water feature/pond there that has a glass bottom, covering a giant hole that was originally slated to be a national theatre but was abandoned when a different political party took control ...


A travel blog entry by marilynross on May 08, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... and apart from the Castle and Buda church it is largely residential. The River Danube separates Buda from Pest, the commercial part of the town. Like many European cities a number of beautiful bridges span the river and there are cruise boats coming and going regularly. Another currency change as the Hungarians deal in forint. 1000 forint equates to approximately £3.20. We've almost forgotten how to operate in New ...

Buda and Pest and everything in between

A travel blog entry by oski on Feb 08, 2014

21 photos

... where anyone could touch it), and followed a winding pathway down the hill to the lower town right on the water (aka Lower Buda).

We walked through the streets of the Lower Buda neighborhood, stopping at a local restaurant that specializes in fish dishes. It was called Horgasztanya Vendeglo, and the fish soup I had, which included a spicy broth and sour cream, was amazing. Zoltan called it “hangover soup”, but I found it to be ...

Day 53: Are we on the right train?

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 09, 2013

6 comments, 3 photos

... I was still not convinced that we were on the right train. To take my mind off of it I read a book while John took a nap. When we checked the schedule it informed us that we were about a half an hour (or should be if we were on the right train) outside of our destination. We again got worried when the train made a stop at some random station and we could not see any large city or city lights off in the distance. Where were we?

Turns out all of my worrying ...


A travel blog entry by tinyjuggernauts on Sep 29, 2013

12 photos

... cameras on the roads which read your number plate and check you have paid, but we didn't see any, and gauging by the wondrous quality of the roads, I doubt there were any at all. Initially upon crossing the border we made a slight navigational error where went entirely the wrong way. We found ourselves vehiculating through very tight broken up roads and up and down the steepest inclines, which would be avoided by even the most robust ...