consists of 6 separated bedrooms,
3 bathrooms (2 showers and 2 separated WC)
very bright and suuny apartment near to blaha lujza ter
in the apartment you will find everything you need for your stay in Budapest,
Wireless internet connection WiFi is already connected,
in each room you will find a double bed, study desk, a wardrobe of course and in 2 of the rooms also a pull out couch (to relax and if you have guests you can open it for a bed also)
here are few pictures,
the location is very nice just infront of Rakoczi Square the newly built Metro line 4
Blaha Lujza Square M2 is also just 1 tram stop away or 4-5 minutes walk.
there is also tram 4 and 6 just infront of the apartment which runs 24/7 day and night,
it will take you along the Budapest Boulevard.
just infront you'll find the Rakoczi Market as well, where you can buy your shopping and also fresh vegetables and meat
post office, several Banks and 24 hour grocery shop
The rooms cost about 250 to 300 euro per room depending on the room and the period you want to rent it!
i have this rooms + other rooms in other flats as well :)
for any more information please contact me!
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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.