Hotel Regnum Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 …
... 2 halves of the city. Buda refers to the thermal waters and comes from Voda, the Slavic word for water, and Pest (the newer part of the town refers to ovens - which are the old caves people lived in. We saw the German church and heard how up to 60 % of Budapest was destroyed during WW2. We cycled across the Margaret Bridge and along to Parliament where we watched the changing of the guard. Parliament building is based on the London Houses of Parliament. We ...
... on our trip. Many older Hungarians speak excellent German, as do the remaining Saxons in Transylvania. As do many Turks, given that while presently Germany has a resident Turkish population of 4 million, many more Turks have come and returned home over the course of the last 50 years. So I’ve been able to converse wonderfully, with younger people most places speaking good English. In Romania it was also possible to get by with a mix of French and Spanish, given the languages ...
... around the city a bit; we tried to get into St. Matthias Church for free by telling them we were catholic and going to pray, but they didn’t buy it. We had these delicious bread twists that were dipped in cinnamon and then goulash soup in a bread bowl for lunch. Later, we went to a holocaust museum, which was extremely well done, and obiously very sad. We all split up for dinner; Cas and I had the first Mexican food we have eaten since we’ve been to ...
We explored more of Budapest this morning, more beautiful churches and old buildings. The Budapest Parliament Building is so big and spectacular but the guards made sure we weren't going to enter. We came across all these cast iron shoes on the side of the river which is a memorial to Honour the Jews who were killed during World War II by fascist militiamen who ordered 60 people to take off their shoes, they were then shot and their bodies fell ...