Hotel Beke Radisson

Address: VI. Teréz krt. 43, Budapest, Hungary | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Terézváros area of Budapest, is near House of Terror, Budapest Operetta Theatre, Andrassy Avenue, and WestEnd City Center.
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Train from Prague to Budapest

A travel blog entry by halloween1 on Dec 27, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

We decided to catch the train from Prague to Budapest, and although it took six hours we thought that the view of the countryside would be worth the extra travel time.......and it was! We had booked First Class tickets for the grand total of $50 AUD each. The recline-able seats were comfy, and right next to the Dining/Bar Cart, although we were disappointed there was no wifi. We amused ourselves anyway by ...

3 Days in Budapest

A travel blog entry by robmarfox on Nov 15, 2014

6 comments, 12 photos

... which was a good way of seeing the city. We had a late lunch in a large Macca's that was part of the a big old station complex. Last night we celebrated our good fortunate with a bottle of Bubbly and went out for supper at 9.30 - had soup and creme brûlée! Today we went to the laundry down the street and got the washing up to date, booked our train from Nuremburg to Venice and then after packing again we checked out and taxied to the cruise port. Would have ...

So hungry for Hungary

A travel blog entry by amandane on Sep 16, 2014

30 photos

... be some sort of fun house, it was far from it. The well put together museum is filled with war history and acts as a reminder of the dreadful acts of terrorist dictatorships. The building itself was witness to 'two shameful and tragic periods in Hungary's 20th century history. It was truly a house of terror.' as the brochure put it. It was used as the Hungarian Nazi headquarters. Then between 1945 and 1956, the notorious communist terror organisations, the AVO and it's ...

Harolds first trip East

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Aug 29, 2014

54 photos

... like a long, long time ago and we both fell in love again this time with Budapest. Split by the Danube River both the Buda and the Pest sides of the river are amazing. The city is host to modern, but old looking architecture, a quality Melbourne-like café scene and it is cheap so really there wasn’t much not to like. Visiting the Parliament, Castle Hill, too many bronze statues to name and the ultra cool Jewish Quarter along the way ...

Timisoara -> Budapest -> Bratislava

A travel blog entry by kvstark on May 05, 2014

... a little bit of yogurt. Then I took out my kindle and read for the next hour and a half. I made it through a pretty good part of Augustine’s Confessions, as well as starting a Dystopian young adult book called The Testing. It’s really similar in concept to The Hunger Games, but it was a fast read and free from the library!

For future travelers, none of the trains from Budapest to Bratislava end up in Bratislava (and most of them ...