Hotel Flandria

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

A beautiful city by day and night

A travel blog entry by catfeet

14

... taken. The tour went for 45 mins and took us through some of the main rooms of the north wing of the Parliament which is a copy of the south wing and gave us a good idea of the overall layout.

The most visual part of the tour was the Holy Crown of Hungary situated under the 96 metre-high central dome of the building. It was in a glass case flanked by two Hungarian guards with swords drawn. I half expected James Bond to come rappelling down from the ...

Timisoara -> Budapest -> Bratislava

A travel blog entry by kvstark

... that you could buy detergent at the front desk, but I still had some of my own so I used that instead. The sign on the top of the washer said the quick wash was only 25 minutes, so I figured that wasn’t too bad. I wasn’t sure exactly what the ‘quick wash’ one was, but I picked something at 30 C (one of the colder settings) and hit go. I went back up to my room and continued reading on my kindle.

After the half an hour were up ...

Saturday in Budapest with 200,000 friends

A travel blog entry by weir

4

... and Art Nouveau structures. Unfortunately, the city was severely damaged during the Russian siege of 1945 and gaps created by destroyed building were in filled with "socialist architecture." As our guide said, "what Soviet architecture lacked in artistic style was more than made up for in shoddy construction techniques." Many of the older buildings have been fully restored and the Soviet era buildings are being replaced with more architecturally appropriate structures. ...

Hungry for some more Hungary

A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn

14

... s Basilica, House of Terror, Museum of Fine Arts, and the Thermal couldn't fit down the street the hostel was located on. We definitely got a few strange looks as 30 of us walked through the centre of Budapest with luggage in tow.

In terms of hostels, where we were staying was pretty great. It was modern and clean, the bathroom was large, the Wi-Fi worked in our rooms, and there was a large window we could open to let in breeze. It's a little strange ...

Budapest - Romantic and Sensual

A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe

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Budapest had been my favorite stop so far in this overland tour of Central Europe. Walked through bridges and castles. Explored the underground labyrinth where Dracula was jailed and tortured. Indulged in local food at the Market Hall. At dusk, soaked in the very grand thermal baths. Ended the night at the garden where locals hang-out.

Walking Tour
Chilled. No information overload this time. More local tips and present time information.
Budapest ...

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