Danubius Hotel Arena
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDanubius Hotel Arena Budapest
Great service, picking us up from the airport and delivering us to the train station the next day! Would definitely recommend.
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... to be temporary for the 1898 exhibition, but the locals insisted it stay.
The castle represent the Hungarian architectural style: a Romanesque chapel, Gothic gate, Renaissance castle and a Baroque Palace. The museum of Hungarian Architecture is located here. It is a replica (built in 1896) of a famous castle in Transylvania that once belonged to the family of King Matthias.
We lunched in a vast tent in the park, that we think must be used as a beer garden most of ...
... hour later as we were just nodding off again the train came to another halt and we certainly weren’t expecting a second knock on the door for passport
control to then check our passports! Anyway managed to get some sleep after that with the help of earplugs (so glad we brought some, knew they’d come in handy!).
This morning the train is passing through the beautiful sunny Romanian countryside, due into Bucharest in about 3 hours.
... so it was nice to lay out in the sun for a bit. The indoor pools were quite ornately decorated with beautiful mosaics and the water spilled out of fountains encrusted with years of mineral deposits. The water felt excellent, easing our tired legs and feet, worn out with quite a bit of walking. There were pools of varying temperatures and as it was a weekend, pools that are normally segregated during the week were open to all. ...
... outdoor theatre, jogging track around the perimeter. It was perfect weather fine and sunny with beautiful autumn colours.
Went back for our tour of Parliament. House which is the third largest in the world. It was very decorative with gold leaf everywhere and large frescos on the ceiling. The building stretches 268 meters in ...
... 1896 to celebrate 1000 year history of Budapest. I kept moving around and through the statues to look at them from every possible angle. Into the park , I discover the Vajdahunyad vara... Another castle. It is very sweet, mostly occupied by niche businesses. I found the transport museums on the far side of the park. OK, lots of exceptionally good models and some actual machines. A slower walk home as the sun sinks through the non-touristy streets. Busy and ...