Hotel Regnum Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Regnum Residence Budapest
After the small cabin on our Uniworld river cruise, we were overwhelmed by the size suite at the Regnum. A separate bedroom and loungeroom, well furnished and very clean. The desk staff were very helpful in advising on transport and various tourist sites we enquired about.
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To cut a long story short, we bought three day transport tickets so that we could travel around town easily and so that Ches could avoid walking as her hips are really playing up.
The Budapest Metro (Hungarian: Budapesti metró) is the rapid transit system in the Hungarian capital Budapest. It is the oldest electrified underground railway …
Budapest exceeded my expectations. The buildings that line the streets are quite like
those in Vienna but the views are most memorable. It’s great to walk alongside
the Danube day or night, but especially at night when the buildings and bridges
are lit up in yellow and orange.
A few of the buildings and churches are notably different from anything you've seen
anywhere else in my life. Check out the Rock Church, The ...
... and I hung out in the park and Bruce had a beer.
That night we found a popular local eatery, serving simple but tasty hungarian dishes. Frici Papa's diner or 'kifözdčje'. Hit the spot, especially the pancake desserts to finish. We couldn't entice Richard to too many treats at this point 'not before the race'.
Day 2 - welcome to Budapest!
After a satisfying sleep, we were ready to explore the city. Being the ...
... as Linda is getting tired & not feeling great as well as being sick of walking. Had a great day for it - not a cloud in the sky & about 20 degrees. Budapest is divided by the Danube river with Buda on one side & Pest on the other. Apparently they never used to get on & it was only half way through the nineteenth century that the first bridge was ...
... table a lady was served some food that wasn't what she had ordered so the waiter promptly picked up the dish and marched off towards the kitchen. It was like being at the restaurant at "Fawlty Towers". Fortunately we were not that hungry so went back to our room for some more sleep. Hopefully by tomorrow morning we will be over the jet lag all refreshed and ready to start the ...