Hunguest Hotel Flora

Address: Furdo u. 5, Heviz, H-3300, Hungary | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Furdo u. 5, Heviz, is near Kecskemét Town Hall.
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Travel Blogs from Heviz


A travel blog entry by centaur169 on Jul 14, 2014

26 photos

... and the country's third-largest city, Szeged, 86 kilometers (53 miles) from both of them and almost equal distance from the two big rivers of the country, the Danube and the Tisza. It is the northern of two centers of the Hungarian Southern Great Plain (Hungarian: Del-Alföld) region (comprising the three counties ...

Trains, Planes and automobiles!

A travel blog entry by emma.dow24 on Jul 10, 2014

5 photos

... in the killer heat, hung over, hungry, exhausted and probably dehydrated. As long as we got on that train nothing mattered, we'd sort the rest later. The loud speaker was blaring something for about 5minutes in Hungarian no clue, but didn't matter we were where we needed to be. A train pulled up at 3pm and with about 60 other young backpackers on the platform too...Also presumably heading to the festival in Split. looking down ...

Off to Szeged

A travel blog entry by wazandheli on Jul 22, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... while Warren goes to training. Gary is not well and has the flu so he came in a car and has spent the day in bed. We hope he is better tomorrow. Elaine went to London this morning to see her daughter so I am flying solo for a few days.

The Australians are the second biggest contingent of paddlers at the world titles after Canada, the current world champs, and if this was ...

Back to Budapest I Go

A travel blog entry by laurie-shawn on May 14, 2013

31 photos

... to cross. Every day. This is because it's the last border before people enter the EU & there has been a lot of things smuggled across the border in these trucks - including humans - so the border guards are vigilant. Today, in a car, it only took us about 20 minutes at each crossing, so we were lucky.

A delightful train ride watching the poppies - oh such a deep red color - and farm fields go by; arriving ...

Revfulop, Keszthely, & train hell at Lake Balaton

A travel blog entry by corinneh2k on Aug 03, 2012

2 comments, 16 photos

... lake. Now, the Hungarian train system is….let’s say…challenging! It’s probably how it used to be in England in the 1950s! All the timetables are printed on paper and stuck to the walls of the station, they just list the destination station and not the stations which the train calls at (so you have to know what your train’s ultimate destination is or you are screwed), there are no TV screens or any technology in use ...