Apartment Buda Budapest

Ulaszlo u. 26, Budapest, 1114, Hungary

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Apartment Buda Budapest
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    Private Apartment


    I and my two teenaged sons visited Budapest in 1993 and rented a really nice furnished apartment from a doctor whose name was in one of those Frommer travel guides. He met us at the apartment to hand over the key, and even had a birthday cake in the refrigerator because it was my son's birhday. The rates were better than a hotel, we had plenty of space (3 bedrooms), a kitchen, a nice restaurant just across the street, a short walk to the underground. I would advise checking similar travel guides for suggestions.

    Unique Quality: Very nice and clean private apartment, owned by a doctor, and advertised in a travel guide. Made all arrangements through the mail.

    Directions: Across Danube from Parlaiment House

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Forum Posts

camping supplies!

by beccib

me and two friends are soon travelling to budapest to go to sziget festival. we want use a gazebo to provide shade over our tents so it doesn't get too hot in there in the sun. does anyone know where it's possible to buy a cheap gazebo in budapest? this would save us having to bring it over there from the UK and pay extra baggage charges, etc.
thanks, becci

Re: camping supplies!

by fischert


I've to admit I couldn't find the exact meaning of "gazebo". Can you link a picture what do you mean.

you can try Mountex. There is one store very close to sziget (it's about a 30 hour walking distance from there):
Unfortunately they don't have english website.

There is another shop where you find things for tents. It is called Decathlon. This shop is on the other side of the city but it's very well prepared.
The address: Baross u. 146.
2040 Budaörs
Telefon : 06 23 803 803
Fax : 06 23 803 804

With the link of the gazeboo maybe I can help more.

Budapestian, Tamás

Re: camping supplies!

by beccib

thanks very much, Tamás.

here is a link to a picture of a gazebo:

it's like a tent but has no sides and is much higher, usually used in gardens to provide shade, but they are often used by people camping/at festivals to provide shade over your tent.

hope this clarifies 'gazebo' for you!


Re: camping supplies!

by fischert

Hi beccib,

Now i've got it.
there is a big DIY store very very close to sziget. Like 5 minutes walk from sziget entrance. It is called Baumax.
The store address is Szentendre street 40. It is pointed on the map, but you will see it just on the other side of the overpass it is a big red store.

The shop is open from 7AM to 8PM from monday till saturday and 8am to 6PM on sunday.

I don't know on which day you are arriving but gazebo is on sale now (till aug 11th). It costs 5000 HUF (cc. 18,5 EUR) it's not so expensive without sale.

If I'll have time tomorrow I'll contact them if they have enough gazebo. If they doesn't have too much I'll ask them to keep one for you. You're arriving on 10th aug (monday)?

Enjoy sziget! I'll go alsow on 11th aug for SKA-P.

Budapestian, Tamás

Re: camping supplies!

by fischert

sorry SKA-P is on 12th aug:-)

Travel Tips for Budapest

Castle District - besides...

by Ursula1

Castle District - besides being a beautiful site in itself it also give a fabulous view of the Danube and the magnificant bridges over it. The Ballet - we were lucky enough that within the weekend we were able to see a ballet in the opera house - wonderful - the ballet was 'the taming of the shrew' - dancers, sets, costumes and music altogether wonderful!!!!!!

Bring your ATM card

by Imbi

The best rates these days are often obtained from cash machines, which are everywhere in Europe's cities and increasingly available even in the East and in smaller towns. Check with your issuing bank to see if they have a list of overseas ATM locations that are valid for your type of card. There are some cautions to keep in mind when you use an overseas ATM. Don't withdraw extremely large amounts. Getting a week's worth of cash at one go will save transaction fees, but it also puts you at risk for theft, accidental loss, and even an expensive failed transaction -- where the ATM records your withdrawal but doesn't dispense any funds, or not the right amount. Getting this sort of error corrected can be much more difficult in a foreign country than it is at home, and might not be resolved until long after your trip is over -- if at all. Should you need a substantial amount of cash for some reason, it's best to wait for banking hours and carry out the deal in person. And watch your back. If someone is crowding you, even if they don't appear to be paying attention, put your card away and try another location. Theft of PIN and calling card numbers has become an art form in many areas -- professional thieves use mirrors, video cameras, even binoculars. Take care to block the view when you're punching in your code. And put that wad of cash away before you turn around, not as you're strolling down the street.

Magyar Roots

by deeper_blue

Hungarians are unique to Europe in their Asian roots and strange language. When in Budapest you will find many people who can speak at least some English, but if you are unfortunate enough to be stranded .. GOOD LUCK you will need it.

A good guide and a map

by ophiro

Although you will find a lot in Virtual Tourist site , i recommend that you will take a good guide book in your language and a good map.
A map you can find in almost any hotel you stay or a tourist information stand.

In a guide book you will sometime find small anecdotes about a place or a tip about hidden attraction that you will not find in the internet.

Another thing i am doing in my trips - writing the tips i found on the internet (and VT) in a notebook and check it too.

Entrance to the Cave Church.

by dabidc

The signs indicate that visitor are not expected to enter the church during services. Once the service is over it is a very eerie feeling to enter a cave and see the many natural columns holding up the roof of the cave and still see pews and religious statues as in a normal church.

It could be a claustrophobic experience.


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