The Three Corners Hotel Art

Address: Kiralyi Pal Utca 12, Budapest, H-1053, Hungary | 3 star hotel
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    Budapest, la perla del Danubio

    A travel blog entry by karlamato on Sep 06, 2015

    46 photos

    6 settembre

    Oggi destinazione Castello. Ci dirigiamo in tram fino al famoso Ponte delle Catene che attraverseremo per raggiungere Clark Adam Ter (Ter in ungherese significa piazza) da dove parte la funicolare per il Castello. Il Ponte delle Catene, il primo ponte fisso sul Danubio del 1849, pose le basi per l' unificazione di Buda e Pest …

    Budapest, la perla del Danubio

    A travel blog entry by karlamato on Sep 07, 2015

    54 photos

    7 settembre

    Torniamo al Castello ma in bus visto che la funicolare non funziona! La prima impressione del sito che la zona intorno sia troppo edificata e che il castello abbia perso il suo aspetto medievale originario del XIII secolo quando fu costruito per volere di Bla III. L'et d'oro del castello si ebbe nel XV secolo in seguito al …

    3a tappa Budapest , la perla del Danubio

    A travel blog entry by karlamato on Sep 05, 2015

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    Budapest, la perla del Danubio

    Tranquilla e vivace, una grande metropoli, eppure amichevole, conserva il vecchio e abbraccia il nuovo, miscela la storia con il moderno, rende le colline in armonia con il fiume Danubio, che attraversa la citt per 28 chilometri. Vivace come Parigi ma non cos costosa: la capitale ungherese si evoluto in …

    Budapest - Opera and sweets

    A travel blog entry by veschmidt45 on Sep 29, 2015

    The new folks on board spent their morning doing the city bus and walking tour that we did yesterday, so those of us carrying over on the trip were treated to a tour of the Budapest Opera House, said to be even finer than the famous opera house in Vienna. Certainly it was spectacular though I have a difficult time comparing the best to the best of the best. Those are very fine lines of notoriety.

    The influence of the Hapsburg Dynasty has become ...


    A travel blog entry by roprysa on Aug 10, 2015

    12 photos

    ... of the castle. Walking past an entry point only to return and explore. All expectations was this was going to be closed and tickets purchased, but after catching a lift and a set of escalators then another lift we were up on the castles outer walls, as were hundreds of tourists. Don't think of it as a castle, think more of a city. This place was massive. Buda Castle or as the locals call it, Budavári Palota was amazingly build in 1264! Over the centuries it has undergone many ...