Kiralyi Pal Guesthouse

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

I'm (in) Hungary!

A travel blog entry by cwienck on Sep 29, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... off buses and rode around for a few hours on the Buda side aka west aka hilly side of the Danube. Simply amazing views. We have the tickets for 72 hours so plan to use them to our fullest. River cruises, free bike rentals, and beer! We made it back to our apartment with food in tow while we recharge our batteries along with our device batteries. I need a shower and to change out of yesterday's ...

Erzsébet Kilátó (Elizabeth Lookout)

A travel blog entry by centaur169 on Jul 01, 2014

36 photos

... Other hills in the area, Nagy-Hárs-hegy and Kis-Hárs-hegy, reach 454 metres and 362 metres, respectively. In clear weather, the Mátra Mountains are visible, 80 kilometres distant. On the far eastern horizon one might see the Great Hungarian Plain (Hungarian: Nagyalföld).

Children's Railway:

The Gyermekvasút (English: ...

Walking tour in Budapest

A travel blog entry by gandablog on Jun 13, 2014

... so you can happily have
a different wine with each course. If you ask them to recommend a
style because you don't know the local wines they immediately bring
out several bottles for a tasting. I had the local grey beef.(which
refers to the local Hungarian cattle, not the meat) which was hardly
cooked but was delicious and a rabbit leg dish. Alison pad a duck
pate and a pork chop with the local spicing. Glorious meal and
really cheap.

Goodbye Budapest

A travel blog entry by merlest54 on May 17, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

... wanted to just toss them in and us too. Eventually bags and us were stowed and we had the most sedate drive through a shining Budapest morning. We could see the train on the platform when we arrived and we knew that all we had to do was get on so we sprinted and managed to get on – just in time but luck was on our side anyway as the train left two minutes late.

First class was right down the front end of the train and we were ...

Hungry in Hungary

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Mar 21, 2014

11 photos

... pools in the middle courtyard. It may seem a little odd going to these baths at night - but they are all lit up and it's actually pretty cool! You can buy a locker ticket, or a cabin ticket. A cabin ticket gives you a small individual changing room. To get in, you are given a bracelet which acts as a digital lock to your mini cubicle. They are very old fashioned small wooden rooms. Quite cute though! Outside there are 3 large pools. One being a swimming pool - only ...