Vacation rental in Budapest, located in the city, not far from the Great Synagogue, New York Palace, Andrássy Avenue, The Opera House, National Museum, Museum Of Applied Arts. A nice, one bedroom apartment, with a double bed and an additional double sofa bed. Ideal for couples and for a family with one-two children, or friends who do not mind to share one large bed or the double sofa, like this they can stay here 4 persons.
On the ground floor of a traditional house from 1898, with a large court yard and fine neighbours. In front of the house you have a tram stop, bus and trolley station at only 30 m, metros number 2,3 and 4 at 5' walking distance.
Features: one separate bedroom, well equipped kitchen, bathroom with shower, toilette, washing machine. Dining area with dining table, WIFI, satellite TV with over 500 channels, including English, French, Polish, German programmes.
Breakfast is available on request for 3,00 Euro at a nice restaurant near by (2-3 minutes walk from the apartment).
Check-in: from 14:30 to 24:00.; Check-out: until 11:00
We kindly ask our guests to clean the apartment before they leave it. If not, a 12 EUR cleaning fee is requiered.
It is not allowed to smoke inside our apartments and inside the house!
Minimum stay is: two nights. In case our guests would like to stay for only one night, to the intial price the amount of 5 EUR/night will be added.
Our rates are VAT tax included. City Tax - 4%- is not included.
Available from 29. III. 2019.
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(This Neighborhood Guide was done by Mindspace)
Central but still solidly conceals its values from classical mass tourism, though it is not easy to resist a slow wandering in the labyrinthine neighbourhood. Palace Quarter shows an authentic, completely unique and distinctive street image of Budapest but also you could hardly compare it with the downtown of other European capitals: the palaces ...
Bars at the right side of Rákóczi road - Between Astoria and Blaha Lujza stops of Metro Line 2
How does "Downtown Highway" sound to you? This is how local people often refer on Rákóczi road which is a 4+2 lane main road (2 for the buses) in the core of the city that connects also three important metropolitan stations and crosses the Grand Boulevard and the Small Boulevard as well.
Some may are too picky to give also a busy road a chance to find good gastronomical venues there too but I can assure you this central road has some impressive locals to offer. The track of it can be a good area to have your apartment around because from here you can get very easy to basically every point of the central Budapest and of course you don’t have to suffer from the lack of any infrastructure, pubs and bars neither.