Apartment Dunaflat Paganini

Eotvos utca 39, Budapest, 1066, Hungary
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taxi's buses or rent a car - how safe is it?

by corwyn5266

I would like to visit Obudai temeto off Bechi utca and Arany hegy.

On google map this looks rather outside of the city. I was wondering if you could offer some info on how easy this area is to access by public transportation or taxi? Also, how safe is it for a small group of obvious foreigners?

Re: taxi's buses or rent a car - how safe is it?

by Digpalas

Bus 118 has a stop at Obudai temeto. Starting point is Arpad hid (Metro 3, Arpad hid station). Public transport is safe also for foreigners :-). More info from Public Transport in Budapest: http://www.bkv.hu/english

Re: taxi's buses or rent a car - how safe is it?

by danbp

Absolutely safe, except for the Mocsarosdulo area east of Aranyhegyi ut, but you'd probably not want to go there anyway, since it's a plain area with a few homeless' cottages and there's nothing to see at all.

Obudai temeto on Becsi ut (not Becsi utca, that's a different street) is easy to reach:
- from Batthyany ter M2 station by bus 160 or 260, get off at Obudai temeto stop
- from Arpad hid HEV station in Buda (and NOT Arpad hid metro M3 station in Pest!!!) by buses 118 218 (the latter takes a shorter route) also to Obudai temeto

The southern part of the Aranyhegy area can be reached by bus 218 from Arpad hid HEV station. The southernmost part can be reached by bus 260, from its terminal stop at Gabor Denes Foiskola.
The eastern part of Aranyhegy is easy to access by bus 160 and it's southeastern corner also by bus 118.

Bus frequencies vary between 10-30 minutes, depending on route and the time of day.

Re: taxi's buses or rent a car - how safe is it?

by corwyn5266

Thanks for your replies.

What I am tring to find is if the altalanos iskola on Becsi ut is still there.

Also, There is/was a minurete type thing on top of Arany hegy and house on top of the hill. This was my grand fathers house and I have some pictures of it. I am trying to find out if it's still there.

Can you also guide me to where and how I can find info about the deeds, deaths birth associated with the home, family?

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East European Cars

by antistar

Former Eastern European countries like Hungary have a good collection of crazy old cars from the Soviet era. The days of Lada taxis have long gone; they all drive brand new Volkswagens and Skodas now. However, there are a few rusty old buckets around, and a few that have been lovingly preserved, like this old East German Wartburg 311 that I found in the Castle District. The Wartburg 311 and 312 were later replaced by the ferociously ugly 353, a car which exemplified classic 80s East European styling, and was even more unattractive than the Lada.

Lizt Ferenc Ter

by DPando

Closer (just 5 minutes walking) from Oktongon square and yellow subway stop there is this superb street full of restaurants and bars so lively at evening. you can choose among 13 restaurants in less than 100 meters...mostly are bars and terraces but its easy taste local food and local and inexpensive wine


by Heniko

Although there are no fixed rules on tipping, it's customary to add an extra 10-15% to restaurant bills and taxi fares. Hotel porters, hairdressers and cloakroom attendants also expect to be tipped. The going rate for a gypsy violinist during an evening meal is 2000 HUF (per request).

Love Island

by ruubje

Between two big cities, Buda and Pest, there flows a river, called the Donau. And this river holds a little island. Everyone can visit that island by taking the bridge from either Buda or Pest. There are almost no building whatsoever, only trees and plants and slippy roads you can walk on. Many Hungarians play soccer on that island, or freesby, or they bike in these nice decorated for-two-or-more-people bicicles. On top of this all, you can also practise you're kisstechniques with your love. Really! Almost everywhere you look, people are kissing or hugging, even when the whether is still quite cold!
So, the first thing you do when you visit Budapest is...? Go to Love Island.

Hopp Museum of Eastern Asiatic Arts

by Heniko

Museum based around the collection of Hungarian businessman Ferenc Hopp, who by the time of his death in 1919, had amassed a huge collection of works from India and the far east. Ancient Buddhist art dating back to the 9/10th centuries is displayed alongside Japanese, Indian and Tibetan-Nepalese pieces.


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