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- Private room
Amazing private room in one of the nicest buildings of Budapest, right on famous Liszt Ferenc tér, with the city's best restaurants, facing a calm and beautiful green courtyard. The double-quad room has the best location possible in a fully and newly renovated (2017) apartment with all the amenities you might need while you are in Budapest. Apart from your room you will have access to a fully equipped kitchen and bathroom, amazing atmosphere and design for you to have the best possible stay.
- Private room
Guest room 25 sqm,in a 75 sqm flat.There is a double bed in the privat bedroom. The livingroom, bathroom and (separat) toilette to share with the hosts. Flat is located on the 3rd floor without elevator.Mobil Air condition costs 3 eur/day! (Summer) Netflix is avaliable! I have a small dog on my privat part.
- Entire rental unit
Hi, I am Alex. Together with my sister we decided to do Airbnb here in Budapest, so we can meet different people from all over the world and at the same time we can give them the same great experience that we had during our stays in other countries. Our goal is to provide you a home, where you can recharge after a long day exploring the city, with all the comfort and help from our side. I hope I can host you in my cozy studio, see you soon!
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Your guide to Budapest
All About Budapest
There’s no shortage of things to enjoy in Budapest, Hungary’s vibrant artistic capital. The city is bisected by the River Danube, with the hilly and historic district of Buda on one side, and the action-packed district of Pest on the other — home to stunning buildings, art galleries, restaurants, cafes, and nightlife. You’ll find a range of Budapest holiday rentals on both sides of the city.
Thanks to its rich and complex history, Budapest features a range of impressive architecture and an abundance of classical, Baroque, neoclassical, eclectic, and Art nouveau buildings. Must-see attractions include the Hungarian Parliament and Buda Castle, which — along with the centre of the city and parts of the river — are part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
After a long day’s sightseeing, the city’s renowned thermal baths are the perfect place to relax and unwind. There are nine medicinal baths to choose from across Budapest, the largest of which is the Széchenyi bath, which is located in Budapest’s City Park.
How do I get around Budapest?
Located in the heart of central Europe, Budapest is easy to get to. You can arrive by train, bus, or even a high-speed ferry from Vienna or Bratislava. If arriving by plane, the city is serviced by the Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) which is around half an hour, by taxi, from the city centre. To get into the city from the airport, you can either take a bus, shuttle service, or taxi.
Once settled into your Budapest holiday rental, you’ll find the city is incredibly easy and pleasant to explore by foot, with plenty of sights to see as you go. If you need to get across to the other side of town, Budapest also has an extensive public transport system which includes cheap and efficient bus, tram, train, funicular, and metro services.
When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in Budapest?
With its mild climate, year-round cultural attractions, and mix of indoor and outdoor sights, Budapest is an ideal city to visit at any time of the year. The city hosts a range of vibrant festivals, so be sure to check if any are likely to be held during your stay.
The most popular time to visit is during summer, from June to August, when many Europeans are on holiday. The longer days during these months allow you to make the most of the city’s nightlife.
However, the shoulder seasons of March to May, or September through to November are also ideal times to plan a trip to Budapest. This is when the city is a little quieter and the weather is milder. The city is also very enticing in winter, and often gets a sprinkling of snow.
What are the top things to do in Budapest?
Sometimes referred to as the “city of spas,” Budapest is renowned for its many thermal or medicinal baths, which are spread across the city. Each spa takes advantage of a huge reserve of spring water that runs beneath the city and produces millions of litres of thermal water every day. There are a range of baths to choose from — each unique in terms of its size, style, and architecture. The most famous is the Széchenyi Baths — also the largest medicinal bath in Europe.
City Centre: a UNESCO World Heritage site
You can’t leave Budapest without taking a stroll through the inner city, including the banks of the Danube river, the Buda Castle Quarter, and Andrássy Avenue — all of which form part of a UNESCO World Heritage listed site. This is thanks to their stunning, well-preserved pre-war architecture, and many historically significant monuments, including from the Roman city of Aquincum and the Gothic castle of Buda.
Great Market Hall
Budapest has many colourful markets — the largest and most renowned of which is the Great Market Hall, situated in a restored neo-Gothic tunnel and built in 1897. It’s well worth a visit to marvel at the architecture, pick up some unique souvenirs, and sample all kinds of delicious Hungarian produce.