Hotel Tanne

Esze Tamas u. 1-3, Budakeszi, 2092, Hungary | Hotel
Prices starting from $67.00

Travel Blogs from Budakeszi

More Budapest Culture!

A travel blog entry by petersheridan


... Into the Museum of Fine Arts for more culture, lots on display here including a special exhibition of Toulouse Lautrec. Lots to look at here including; Early Flemish & Spanish art (1600 - 1800) Early German & Austrian art Early British & French art 19th century art Classical antiquities Egyptian antiquities I particularly like the old Flemish masters, eg Pieter Bruegel, because of their real life scenes. ...

Hungary: Eger / Boldogkőváralja / Tokaj

A travel blog entry by missjuliapowell


... with two Germans and a Mexican and enjoyed the views with wine. That was fun, and a cool mix of people. Friday we were Good Tourists and along with Chris from Perth we went on a big exploration day. We walked along to Parliament and watched the guards who are the most relaxed ever and all in different versions of the uniform. We headed to the big market and checked it all out before going for soup and a trendy soup bar. Hungarians apparently love themselves some ...

Simpla Kertmozi Pub and Market

A travel blog entry by centaur169


... would change the populations opinion, I mean really - the Hungarians refer to the Soviet occupation as a dictatorship yet one could see Soviet-Hungarian Friendship and co-operation statues. Another awesome day, but luckily we were back in the flat at 1800 to cook dinner and relax with an early night. If things continue this way I will have lost a lot of weight by the end of the holiday, lol. Never walked or cycled so much in years. Great ...

Mementos of the past

A travel blog entry by neat.freak


... the stuff here is exactly what we have back home but it was interesting to wander around a bit. It was too hot to cook, so we went out for dinner and a little walk around the ruin bar area I the Jewish quarter. We found a great restaurant called Koleves (Stone soup) that Rick Steves recommended. It was acute restaurant decorated with vintage kitchen equipment and dishes, with a cute courtyard where we had our dinner. It was great, filled with a mish-mash of tables and chairs, ...

A City In Transition

A travel blog entry by killerjones


We explored the gritty urban heart - the Pest city centre today. I think it is beautiful and ugly all at once. Fancy facades, genteel old coffee houses that take you back to the fifties, and so many little oasis parks tucked into tight little streets. But there are crowds here people, along with grime and smells like I have not smelled ever. But this city is in transition so expect construction as you walk here...but the end result is more pedestrian areas ...

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