Hotel Villa Korda

Address: Szikla u 9, Budapest, H-1025, Hungary | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Budapest II. kerülete area of Budapest, is near Heroes' Square (Hosok tere), Lukacs Baths, Gul Baba's Tomb (Gul Baba turbeje), and Szemlö-Hegy Barlang (Showcave).
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    Travel Blogs from Budapest

    Budapest by Metro and Hoof

    A travel blog entry by galgano47 on Apr 22, 2015

    11 photos

    ... workers using state-of-the-art machinery. The line was built entirely from the surface using the cut-and-cover method.[citation needed]

    This original metro line followed a northeast-southwest route along Andrássy Avenue ...

    New Years Eve

    A travel blog entry by halloween1 on Dec 31, 2014

    19 photos

    ... My words cannot do them justice enough but we were able to capture some beautiful photos which you can see on this blog. We saw 2015 in with little style, the Kings way, the Aussie way, our way! We are most grateful for our experiences for 2014 and can only hope that 2015 is as magnificent. Happy New Year to all our wonderful new friends we have made in Espana and we look forward to spending another year with you all. ...

    Plazas, pastries and catching up with the past

    A travel blog entry by lahra on Sep 26, 2014

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... but mostly there's still a daggy/almost communist feel about the place - grand buildings with outdated design work on the livery and no infiltration of 'cool' or fusion.

    Next, we took the underground across to Heroes' Square and spent some time examining the statues, taking photos and climbing onto the pedestals. It is truly a breath taking place and Mitch and discussed at length how hard it is to imagine what it would have been like to have lived at that ...

    An engineer and a librarian walk into a bar

    A travel blog entry by commuter on Sep 19, 2014

    ... was spent walking along the Danube, looking at the lights shining from the hills of Buda, and since we were so educated at that point, we got to have witty conversation such as "is that a church?" "No, I think it's a castle." And we walked, Bill paying especial attention to stress members on the Chain Bridge, the first to join Buda and Pest. History notes how the Very Important Famous Person who had the bridge built ...

    All aboard. Let the sailing begin!

    A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on May 08, 2014

    19 photos

    ... site. So quiet, calm and quick.
    (IF) The size of the barge is limited to the size of the locks and height of the bridges. With some locks there is only 40cm gap between the side of the lock and the boat. With the bridges they have to lower the canopies on the Skydeck and if the river is high actually lower the Captains Bridge. It is on a hydraulic system.
    The first lock we shared with a barge and on the 2nd lock there was only ...