Passzio Panzio Hotel

Address: Zoborhegy street 34/b, Budapest, 1141, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budapest


A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Aug 19, 2014

7 photos

... The show went for 30 minutes of different styles and varieties of bangs, pops, whooshes, and crackles. It was enthralling all eyes were on the display and it was worth it. We watched in awe as the final cacophony of crackles went off and we were greeted with yet another free hour of drinks before we had to disembark off our lovely cruise.

As we entered back on the bus it became very apparent how drunk our guide had gotten. In basic terms she ...

"The past must be acknowledged"- Jozsef Atilla

A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 10, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... here. Upstairs, the exhibit started with the Arrow Cross, the Fascist party in Hungary, who started exterminating and deporting the city's Jews, some of whom were killed in the basement of this very building. They weren't in power for long- Hungary was a strategic country, being between Germany and the Soviet Union with the Danube running through it,and after a long battle and siege, the Soviets won, "liberating" Hungary. As the Fascists left, they blew up ...

All aboard. Let the sailing begin!

A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on May 08, 2014

19 photos

... we had not - oops - I had not packed.
(IF) There are over 100 museums in Vienna so to visit just one a day, you would need to allow 3 months and then you could start the cathedrals and churches.
Vienna seemed so much more 'alive' than Budapest.The economy is lot more buoyant with about 5% unemployment and the education and health system heavily subsidised. The negative to that is income tax is high.
E3640 21% E7270 31% E21800 ...

Buda to the Pest!

A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Apr 17, 2014

2 comments, 80 photos

... up a whole lot of stairs to the top, I didn’t actually whinge so quite proud of myself there! As we were walking up Zoltan mentioned that one of the other couples on the tour were Kiwis so of course I went over for a chat and we put to and two together and realised we had a mutual friend (Jenny Hoebergen) from Matamata ( Glen says he can’t take me anywhere). The palace grounds were pretty cool and they had a small changing of the guard while we were ...

Day 53: Are we on the right train?

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 09, 2013

6 comments, 8 photos

... they are going to say something. When he got his new passport in Ecuador it came with the symbol on the cover off center. It is also a shade taller than my passport. Thank goodness they didn't give us any trouble.

But then the train made another stop and at this stop something felt like it collided with the train (probably a new engine) and we started to take off in a new direction. I was now traveling backwards into a country we could only hope was Hungary. ...