Passzio Panzio Hotel

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

Sc day 4-Prague to Budapest

A travel blog entry by caz1947 on Jul 02, 2014

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... and they were in Austria, so very close to a 4th country. It was an odd experience coming from a country as large as ours. It was strange on such a long trip not to see farm animals at all, but we passed by miles of sweet corn, wheat, vegetables and other crops. At lunch we passed a group leaving the restaurant, who had travelled our route from the other end, they told us they had a great ...


A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on May 07, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... Hungary's main source of income is no not dairying but tourism.
After a bit more of a drive around we were back at the hotel. Being the 'on the go' people that we are we decided to walk to the House of Terror Museum (another half an hour walk with a SMALL lunch but a REAL Short Black so Simon was happy.)
The Museum is in the old Headquarters of the secret police from the Communist days and before that had been the NAZI base for torture. A very thought ...

Hello, I'm selling carrots. Would you like one?

A travel blog entry by niknak21 on Apr 30, 2014

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... any of those places yet it was good to see where everything was. On the tour you stick to the Pest side of the city, but Brigit still gave us some information about Buda when we were parked by the river looking towards the castle. After Segging for 3 hours it was time to head back. We loved it! Merry Christmas to us.. Thanks mum and dad!! We had a quick bite for lunch then grabbed our stuff to head to the Budapest baths. They are natural mineral springs ...


A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jan 17, 2014

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... rain has stopped, so its time to see more sights. Such a pretty city by night as all along the Danube the Castle precinct is all light up, looks amazing. The Chain bridge is another wonderful sight all light up. St Stephens Basilica is the surprise when one walks inside. Words cannot begin to describe its beauty and the attention to detail.

I have covered a lot of ground walking and subway, and am very impressed with what i have seen. The city is very clean and tidy ...

Day 15 - Krakow,Poland to Budapest,Hungary *C

A travel blog entry by byrneymack on Nov 05, 2013

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... rivers stretching for around 2800 miles bordering numerous countries throughout. they served us champagne on arrival, and a Hungarian feast. We were treated like royalty. Paprika is what they are renowned for and that's what we got. Hungarian cold meats and seafood. I feel i definately made the most of it. Budapest at night, on the river is absolutely stunning. Like a pearl necklace lining the river. It was something out ...