Truly is gorgeous, eclectic design 2 bedroom 2 bathroom with view to the lovely Klauzál square in District 7 right in the heart of the Jewish quarter of Budapest downtown.
* airy, sunlit living room with sofas, a dining area, flat screen TV, large windows facing to Klauzál park
* fully equipped half-separate kitchen with all the necessary appliances, dishware and cutlery included
* great breakfast bar area
* 2 charming bedrooms with double beds and wardrobes
* 2 compact, modern bathrooms with walk-in showers, toilets
* storage/laundry washer-dryer
* no elevator in the building
* nice park view
* small size pets are welcome
* great choice for couples or roommates who prefer to live in a vivid downtown atmosphere
Klauzál square neighborhood has a special, bohemian atmosphere in District 7. Just a couple of minutes walk, you’ll find an exceptionally vibrant and lively part of the city, closed by Király street, Dohány street, Deák square and the Ringroad. This makes it an ideal choice for people for whom the distance to the city center is important. Also, this part of the District is famous old Jewish quarter, rich in historical, cultural heritage. Great Synagogue is a few minutes walk. Fresh food market and a big grocery store are at Klauzál square. Many famous ruin bars, coffee shops, wine bars, restaurants and the well-demanded Gozsdu Court are all represent this area.
The Ringroad with the main tram nr 4-6 is just a few block away, it gives you a day and night service. Deák square with the 3 metro lines or Astoria with M2 (red) metro stations are both in an easy walk.
The smallest district comes with the biggest nightlife
WHERE IS THIS NEIGHBORHOOD
It is in the middle of Pest side downtown, following the Capital "C" City Center, right after the intersection of Astoria subway station, from the Small Boulevard till the Great Boulevard from the "downtown speedway" Rákóczi street till the well-known Király street.
At the Wesselényi street stop o0-24 hours 4-6 tramline
espite having 4 metropolitan lines, the most important public transport vehicle of Budapest might be two tram lines: the iconic 4 and 6. They are following the Grand Boulevard all along, drawing a half circle, crossing the Danube two times, connecting Pest with Buda and they are operating 0-24 in at least every 10 minutes. They are simply to admire, aren't they?
No wonder that many pubs are to be found along the line of 4-6. Most of them in District Seven, at the range of the Party Quarter of Budapest. There is also a pub chain called the 4es6os. You can spot them at several stops. One of the oldest is at the Wesselényi street stop.
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Bars and other drinking units at the beginning of the fancy Király
Király utca (King street), the borderline between District Six and District Seven is one of the longest, most notable and popular pub streets of Budapest's famous-infamous party quarter fully packed with different type of drinking units. It can be also considered as the final frontier because the pub density goes downhill from here towards the direction of Andrássy avenue. In District Six there are significantly less pubs. Of course you can catch some rare gems in the crossing streets also on the left side. But when you start from house number 1. in the order to get the most out of the pub hunt you have to stay in line and when it comes to turning, better turn to the right!
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