Kiralyi Pal Guesthouse

Address: Kiralyi Pal ut 4, 05, Budapest, 1051, Hungary | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Meat stuffed with meat

A travel blog entry by yetisherpa on Sep 12, 2015

2 comments, 6 photos

... descent, that the Rubics Cube was invented by a Hungarian and that Hungary historically had a hard time NOT being occupied by a number of different peoples/nations, such as the Ottomans, the Mongols, the Germans, the Soviets, etc. We saw amazing architecture, once again, including the impressive Parliament and St. Stephen's Basilica, which is home to St. Stephens mummified right hand (yes, I did pay money to ...

Budapest - Where everything in the past failed!

A travel blog entry by rakeshapeksha on May 28, 2015

1 comment, 109 photos

... House, as you look across the Danube (to the Buda side), you can see the beautiful Royal Palace and Mattias Church perched up on Castle Hill. Our walking tour took us across the Chain Bridge, and as we walked up the ‘Royal Steps’, learnt that the Palace is actually fake! After it’s destruction during the war, the city decided upon partial reconstruction of the Palace. They opted to reconstruct only the facades (including the old ...

April Fools trip to a Castle

A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Apr 01, 2015

13 photos

... I had downloaded from the internet sent us down the wrong road in town. We circled back (pursued by the neighborhood VolanBusz, which meant there was no turning around we just had to circle the block), and finally found one large sign pointing out the direction of the Vár (castle), followed by of course no more signs. We drove to the end of that road and parked where the pavement ended, since the unpaved road was muddy and deeply rutted. The boys complained that we ...

Budapest, our hidden treasure chest

A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 28, 2014

34 photos

... the infrastructure networks that it's Western neighbours enjoy. Buses run sporadically from Belgrade to Budapest and their isn't really a train. Our other option which we took was a private transfer which at €25pp was the cheapest and most convenient but still had its quirks.
We booked the transfer for our desired time at 1pm, the night before we received a call to say it would be at our hostel between 8 & 9am, we were running on Balkan time....
When the ...

Making the Most of our Time

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 02, 2014

30 photos

... was catholic. It was a pretty cool experience to walk around this massive structure, which can hold more than 3000 people. Next stop in the complex was a museum that was broken up into four small wings - holidays, rituals, torahs, and the Holocaust. It was neat to see artifacts that dated back to the 1800s or earlier and it's always somber to visit anything Holocaust related, but in my opinion, there was nothing mind blowing about the exhibit. After the museum, we headed to ...