Great location! Remodeled apartment! Always clean! 3 bedrooms! Fully equipped kitchen!
This flat is in BUDA, across the street from Budapest's Central Park the Varosmajor. It is in the Xllth district also known as Mountainland. You can take the metro 2 and be by the parliament in 5 min or in downtown in 7 min, Royal Palace is in walking distance.
This flat is on the bottom floor, so only one set of stairs (7) away from the street. The entire apartment was recently remodeled, it has a spacious living room, 3 bedrooms and a bathroom plus a toilet. The kitchen is brand new and it is fully furnished and stocked with spices, oil, sugar, coffee and basic things, it has a table for four people.
In the living room there is a dining table for six people and a sofa with two chairs.
In each bedroom you can sleep 2 people and in the living room the sofa can be pulled out as well for another person.
Each bedroom has new flatscreen TV with cable. One bedroom has an Xbox with a dew games.
Guest have access to everything except some of the many wardrobes will have our clothes stored....
I usually write before and after reservation.
Before arrival to arrange the check in, after check in to see if all is in order...
During your stay l check in with you, and l am reachable anytime.
I also communicate before check out.
There is a saying
"There are 2 types of people in Budapest; the ones that live in Buda and the ones who want to live in Buda"
I grow up in Buda, and l would never move to noisy/stinky Pest...
I love the neighborhood because front of you there is a huge park with running tracks and open air gyms.
Next door there is a Deli with an amazing bakery and fresh Italian coffee.
On the other corner there is a supermarket.
Mezzo Music restaurant is 50 m away, it has great atmosphere, friendly staff, great cuisine and it is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
This is the Xllth district, also called Mountanland of Budapest, you can hop on 3 different buses and be on the top of a mountain in the middle of the nature and start a walking trails in 10 minutes...
Metro station is 3 minutes walking at Szell Kalman square (formal Moszkva square) you can be in the center of Pest in less then 10 minutes from the front door, the tram 4 and 6 are leaving from there too, it goes around Pest, and it is the most popular transportation of the locals.
If you walk 2 minutes more you are at one of Budapest famous farmers markets (Feny utcai Piac) and next to it you can find one of the biggest malls the Mammut, where you can find everything you might need...
Just above the square there is the stop of the Palace bus nr 16, that takes you to the Royal Palace in 5 minutes, but l recommend you walking as it is really close, also if you stay on the bus you end up crossing the tunnel and the Chain Bridge and you can get off on ether side of the Danube or just go all the way to the end station Deak Ferenc square where you have 3 metro lines crossing and you are by the Basilica, Synagogue and the famous Vaci Street to one direction or Andrassy street to the other way (Budapest's shopping streets)
You can also hop on the tram 18 that takes you to the tunnel that is under the Royal Palace, the one that ends by the Chain Bridge, if you stay on it though you end up soon at the Rudas Thermal Bath and Elizabeth Bridge and if you still continue on it you will be passing the Gellert Hill from where you have the nicest panorama of the city if you are willing to take a hike from the next stop that is by the Freedom Bridge and the very famous Gellert Hotel which you should also visit for a thermal experience.
Front of the building there is a bus stop that takes you to a few places also 3 minutes from the apartment it is Széll Kálmán tér (formerly between 1951 and 2011 Moscow Square) is one of the city's busiest transport interchanges.
There is the metro line nr 2.
Trams 4 and 6 that take you across Margit Bridge over to Pest, you can get off also at Margaret Island; it is a 2.5 km long island, 500 meters wide, in the middle of the Danube. The island is mostly covered by landscape parks, and is a popular recreational area with running track, zoo, restaurants. The tram continues on the Pest side by hitting the most important squares and at the end it returns to Buda on Petofi Bridge.
Tram 17 and 61 have the same route towards Körtér, both of these pass by Gellert hill from the opposite direction as the 56 tram
Tram 56 first stops at Deli (South) train station after that it continues through the lst district passing by the famous Deryne Restaurant and the opposite side of the tunnel that continues to Chain bridge, after Krisztina körút stop you will see a gorgeous view of the Palace, you may get off at Dozsa György square and explore the gardens of the Palace, next stop is Rudas Thermal bath and the Buda side of Elizabeth Bridge, if you stay on the tram it will take you to Liberty Bridge and the famous Gellert Hotel where you may also enjoy a day at the thermal spa, it is also a great start to hike up Gellert Hill.
Bus 5 that takes you through Elizabeth Bridge to the center of Pest and Keleti (East) Train Station.
Bus 16 Palace Bus that goes through the Royal Palace and later crossing the Danube on Chain Bridge.
Bus 21 that takes you out of the city into the nature of Csilleberc.
Bus 22 that takes you up to Janos Hill and Normafa, where you can walk in the forest, have a nice lunch; very popular among locals to go and relax there, takes you through the district and some beautiful homes and consulates can be seen.
Bus 91 goes through Rose hill and crossing Margit Bridge ends up at Nyugati (West) train station.
Bus 102 takes you around the district, mainly up the hill from the apartment into the suburbs.
Bus 139 goes to Gazdagrét, just to the border of Budapest and the beginning of M1 and M2 freeways
Bus 140, 140A and 142 take you to Budaörs and to Törökbálint cities
Bus 222 takes you out of Budapest to Budakeszi
Some buses that stay around the area, mostly used by locals are 39, 116, these you probably won't need; 128, 129, and also 149 and 156
Bus 155 goes to Zugliget
To be honest you don't need a car in the city, as public transport is great, but if you drive to Budapest;
Parking can be an issue in Budapest, basically everywhere you will need to pay 8 AM to 6 PM Mon-Fri, at some frequent places until 8 PM or even until Midnight...
It is the same way here, parking has a fee until 6 PM except weekends and Holidays.
Please have change available! 100 Ft coins are the best to have, mobil parking is tricky with foreign license plates/phone numbers...
However there are some spots near the flat where there is free parking on the street in walking distance (1 block away) in case you have a car l can help you out by directing you there, remember there are no guarantees!
Please respect the neighbors :)
Sorry but no SMOKING inside, however we have a smoking station just by the front door.
Please turn off the lights every time you leave.
Please use a cutting board, the kitchen counter top isn't cut proof...
Durante el período del 01 de Abril de 2018 - 30 de Septiembre de 2018 la estancia mínima es de 3 noches.
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I am in my mid 30s, I have two children; the older one is a 14 years old boy, the younger one is a 13 years old girl.
I am originally from Budapest, Hungary.
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