A'Margit Guesthouse

Jozsef Korut 36, Budapest, 1085, Hungary
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stag week

by tuckley0116

i was just wondering if you could help in telling me where the best places in budapest are for lads on a stag week i.e drinking and good nightlife

many thanks

brian tuckley

Re: stag week

by danbp

Morrison's Opera and Morrison's 2 are quite popular places for stag parties. (Though they most of the times get very crowded...) Margharet Island also has a number of good clubs and lots of drunk "staggers" around.

Travel Tips for Budapest

BUDA HILL - Fishermen's...

by svenko

BUDA HILL - Fishermen's Bastion Buda is the must in Budapest because of its beautiful churches (Matthias Church), Buda Castle Palace, old streets with great restaurants & best view over Danube & Pesta. Fishermen's Bastion is the best place for enjoying it.

The 2nd Classical Performace...

by coceng

Here on these photos, I shall share with you guys some amazing first time experiences for me seeing the Classical performances !
It was great !
My host Alain accompanied me in the 2 Opera Theaters that he took me.
Then, Alain took me to another classical performance ! Not on the same night of course...
The performance was called A Walkur, by Richard Wagner.
The photo was taken inside the hall, quite different than the previous hall, don't you think ?


by DPando

As other estern european countries and probably western when you are ready to cheers your glass be sure to look at your friend at the eyes ..its so common and if you dont could be a offence for them... so has a good and bad point..the good one is that help to flirt with girls looking at her specially and the bad one is that its so slow to finish the cheers!
Not like in spain or latin countries where all is more faster and lively.
the hungarian word is "egészégedre" and sounds like this [egashegadra] but if you want a right outer check this out


where there is the translation from english and its outer..really useful

The best guide book!

by german_eagle

I spent a lot of time with preparations for my Budapest trip. Of course I used the internet, the pages here on VT but also other travel forums, but the most helpful ressource was a guide book that I found in my State und University Library: Andras Török's "Budapest - ein kritischer Reisefüher". It must be available in English, too. Both the New York Times and The Independent had rave reviews about it.

Török, born 1954, was a dissident, later State Secretary for culture followed by his position as chairman of the foundation for Hungarian culture. His guide book gives inside information on everyday life in Budapest, he covers more off the beaten path places than the so called 'must' places. He writes with a great sense of humour, doesn't spare negative comments on current developments - but always with deep love for his city. A great read even if you don't plan to visit Budapest. The only complaint I have is that the third edition from 1999 is the only copy my library had - no idea if there's a newer one.


by Imbi

On the Buda side of the Danube, just north of the city, Óbuda is heaven on a cross for history buffs. Beyond the monotonous concrete housing blocks is the oldest part of Budapest, containing important Roman ruins and museums. Among these is the Roman Military Amphitheatre. Built in the 2nd century to accommodate 15,000 spectators, it was larger than Rome's Colosseum. There is also a branch of the Budapest Gallery here with some interesting avant-garde exhibitions. An ancient stone's throw north of Óbuda is the Roman civilian town of Aquincum, established at the end of the 1st century. Although not readily apparent these days, the town was highly advanced and sophisticated. The Aquincum Museum tries to put it all in perspective, but presently only if you are fluent in Hungarian. Catch bus No 86 from many points along the Danube on the Buda side to get to Óbuda; it is also easily accessible on the HÉV train and from City Park.


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