Ibis Budapest Centrum

Address: Raday utca 6, Budapest, 1092, Hungary | 3 star hotel
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        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Pets allowed

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        Travel Blogs from Budapest

        Danube Cruise

        A travel blog entry by chaletaria on May 29, 2015

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        Budapest 29th- 31st MayWe took the late morning flight on Friday 29th May 2015 from Gatwick EZY8423 to arrive at Budapest at 5pm- very civilised. The taxi was very easily organised as it is now city run. You tell the booth where you want to go and you get a chitty for a specific taxi with the cost displayed on the chitty. A pleasant run into the …

        Wine Tour

        A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Oct 16, 2015

        1 comment, 28 photos

        ... one of the most modern of the basilicas we have seen and up there with the best of them. A service was underway when we arrived but they did not mind people wandering around. Behind the sanctuary was a small chapel of which contained the right hand of St. Stephen. It was hard to see but there was lots of graphic information about it. We had to walk beyond the square and down the pedestrian mall to get ...

        Budapest #2

        A travel blog entry by ashcheung on Jul 04, 2015

        13 photos

        ... Quarter, where there’s a museum and a synagogue in it. I found out that there’s a sizable amount of Jewish living in Budapest, that’s why there’s a “quarter” in the city. And as I visited the museum, I even found out that there’s actually many Jewish lost their lives in that exact location of the district. It’s actually quite a mixed feelings visiting this kind of memorials, cos it ...


        A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Jun 06, 2015

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        We returned after 2:30 with the bazaar started. The pies were an immediate hit, with people following us around as we looked for where to put them. People would walk past, catch a whiff and turn to follow. The pot luck turned out to be baked goods and desserts, so the pies fit right in and were gone within a few hours of being put out on the table. The woman running the food table was doing a very good job selling slices to everyone (all the food was free, ...

        DAY 33: Sunday, 5 October

        A travel blog entry by calogie on Oct 05, 2014

        ... Bazaar I for one was relieved when we had seen all we came to see. This time we headed back over the Danube via the iconic Chain Bridge. It is one of those fairy tale looking bridges. We headed straight for Vorosmarty Square where we had earlier seen a yummy outdoor food market where there were huge paella pans lining the quake with very yummy looking food. I had vegetable, a rice veggie mix and potatoes. Pudd jihadist the same without the potatoes and they were delicious. We ...