Thermal Hotel Visegrad

Lepence-volgy hrsz.1213, Visegrad, 2025 , Hungary | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Lepence-volgy hrsz.1213, Visegrad, is near Citadel (Fellegvar) and Forest Learning Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Visegrad

    Day 13: Celebrations in Budapest

    A travel blog entry by lukeheags on Aug 20, 2013

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    ... Thankfully, at 9PM the fireworks commenced. The boat was very receptive, although we had been enjoying the unlimited drinks and desserts for the past 90 minutes! The crowds on the banks of the Danube highlighted the importance of the day to Hungarians. At the end of the night, we bid farewell to the rest of the group, who were flying out the next day. The tour was well and truly ...

    18+ Trnava to Hungary - Visegrad

    A travel blog entry by siandlorna on Aug 08, 2013

    ... trip down to Budapest and Croatia with some nice stopping points.. He suggested a place called Visegrad which is about an hour outside Budapest and right on a really attractive spot on the Danube. We could also use public transport from there into Budapest so headed for there. We set off about 10 in the morning and both of us were fine but after a while we both started struggling with the heat, the road temperature was reading out at 50 degrees and air temp ...

    My First Hungarian Exploration

    A travel blog entry by kevinmulia on Jul 22, 2013

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    ... the ferry was because I could easily follow some crowd. You buy the ticket near the ferry for 420 Ft one way.

    When I arrived in Viségrád, seeing a supermarket, I decided to "splurge" a little bit more on water (which cost only 100 Ft) due to the heat. It was my only joy from the 20 minute-ish hike up to the Fellegvár. Actually, the hike didn't feel like the worst part. From the city centre of Viségrád, somehow, going up to the castle didn't feel ...

    Buda and Pest

    A travel blog entry by k_tworldtravels on Jun 25, 2013

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    ... we could have easily spent an entire day there if it was. We walked through City Park to discover the Timewheel (one of the world's largest hourglasses) and Heroes' Square. It seems to be that no matter where you turn in this city, there will be something to see!

    We walked to the front entrance of the parliament building and along the way discovered a really interesting memorial to honour the Jews that were killed at the riverbank during World War ...

    Spring Break, Part 2

    A travel blog entry by danikanewlee on Apr 26, 2013

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    ... world. It's a "ruin bar", or an abandoned building which was covered in random memorabilia (think blowdryers hanging from the ceiling) then turned into a bar, which is apparently something common in Budapest. It was massive, with multiple stories and hundreds of people hanging out drinking and smoking hookah.. Mimi's parents joined us for this adventure, and regaled us with SC stories all night in between flaming shots of some ...