Available for rent 61 sqm apartment in district 7, close to Astoria(Red metro line) on Wesselényi street. Apartment is renovated, fully furnished and equiped. It consists of 2 bedroom, living room with an open plan kitchen and bathroom. Located on the second floor of a nice building with a green garden.
Deposit: 2 months rental fee
Rental fee: 570 EUR / month
Common cost: 9520
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A small area along the central part of Wesselényi street: up from Astoria Square – Blaha Lujza Square line to Dob street, enclosed by Grand Boulvard. It was the core area of the historical jewish district.
Sights are the Synagogue, historical jewish buildings and the famous ruin pubs. Branded hotels are to be found here like Hotel Boscolo Budapest (in the amazing old building of New York Insurance Group), Araz Hotel (opened in the redesigned old Hungária Spa).
Kazinczy street is designated to be the starting point of the reorganization of the neighbourhood by the local government, the Southern part of it has just been cobblestoned anew. Here are a lot of ruin pubs, these are old buildings converted into underground pubs with special decoration ...
Budapest bars at the Wesselényi street stop of the 0-24 hours tram lines, 4 and 6
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.
4es6os Wesselényi - If trams could open pubs...
To name something after the determinate phenomenon of an area...
Bars and other drinking units at the beginning of the fancy Király street
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!
Finding your apartment here you may get yourself ready to stay always in the middle of th...