We offer you to rent our superior apartment!
It is a preamium quality apartment and for an absolutely reasonable price. It’s located near the main pedestrian street of Budapest, Váci street, one minute away from the metro station and several bus stops.
From the windows you can enjoy a majestic view of the Vaci utca – the main pedestrian street of Budapest.
The apartment is on the second floor and accessible with a lift. Recently renovated, comfortable 65 square meters apartment, It consists of a living room, bedroom, kitchen+dining room, bathroom with bath, toilet.
The apartment can be occupied comfortably up to four persons. Only a few meters away from the apartment you can find one of the most famous coffeehouse of Budapest, the Central Coffeehouse, where many of our famous authors and politicians were regular guests in the times of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.
The closest metro station Ferenciék tere is only 2 minutes away.
Also included free cable TV, wireless Internet with unlimited access, washing machine, dishwasher, towels and bed linens.
-The price doesn't include the cleaning fee, which is 20€/stay
- Please note, that the price on the national holiday (Easter, Christmas, New Years Eve, 15th of March, 20th of August) and featured events (Formula 1, Sziget festival) are higher.
Contact us for further information.
It runs along the Southern part of the Váci street (between Fővám Square and Ferenciek Square). The area enclosed by the line of Danube - Liberty Bridge – Kálvin square – Astoria square – Erzsébet Bridge is practically the ancient Pest side.
If you turn into any street of this neighbourhood you will be enchanted and you will find yourself continuing to discover this small and isolated part of Pest side. It is the ancient Pest side, with its 500-year-old, small and winding streets (and other details) this area keeps up that good old milieu.
It is well known for Liberty Bridge, the Southern part of the Váci shopping street, the Large Market Hall (a spacious building with a decorative iron frame roof, wi...