Aquamarina Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Rozgonyi Piroska utcai kikoto, Budapest, 1031, Hungary
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Costs 54% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Budapest In November

by artemiat

Hello everybody,
I ll be visiting Budapest at the last weekend of November for 4 days.
First of all i d like to know if it will be possible for my boyfriend and i to stroll around the city or rent a bike with such weather conditions.
Furthermore, any additional information and suggetions for my time there would be adorable!

Thank you all,

Re: Budapest In November

by petersnice

I believe it'll be too cold to enjoy riding a bicycle around Budapest. Strolling should be fine as long as you dress accordingly, then use public transport (metro) or taxis for longer distances.

Re: Budapest In November

by ranger49

Although it is impossible to predict the weather I think the advice of petersnice is good.
We were in Budapest at the end of the first week in November 2 years ago - 5-8th. The weather was beautiful but every local person we spoke to said we were very lucky as it had been freezing the week before.
Which probably explains why most of the local people we saw going to work, doing their shopping etc were dressed for winter.
Take a look at the VT Budapest Travel Guide for Tips about what to see and do.
It is a beautiful city I hope you enjoy it.

( Just type Budapest into the Destination search box at top right of the page to find Budapest Travel Guide)

Re: Budapest In November

by dustmon

agree, agree, agree. You really cannot tell these days---things could be in the 20's (C) or they could be in the 0-10 range. Personally I would bet on the warmer of the 2 these days, depending on your luggage space....take some warm tshirts and maybe some long-johns (thermal undies) and you should be fine. Enjoy!


Re: Budapest In November

by muratkorman

You should expect a cold weather during that period, but there are always surprises which may happen. Your best bet would be a cold but dry weather which would allow you to go around the city with bike. However, using the trams around the city is also a lot of fun. You can check my Budapest page for tips and suggestions on places to see and restaurants.

Re: Budapest In November

by tamasbr

Apart from the outdoor sights, there a number of indoor exceptional places you should visit. The Puppet Theatre is one of these (not just for kids), The Central Market is another. Gellert Baths is the third. Good time to visit the Museum of Applied Arts, take a tour of the Parliament Building and Falk Miksa ut Antique row. Also take a short train ride to Szentendre village.

Re: Budapest In November

by Stefan3huijs

Hi there,

Already posted this at the other topic, but answers your question partially as well:

A great tip I can give you is doing the yellow zebra bike tour through the entire city. I´ve done one this summer, more than 3 hours biking, seeing all the great sights! Impressive to haven seen the opera, chain bridge and palace by bike! They do these tours all year around, so even when it is a little bit colder. Just dress properly!



Re: Budapest In November

by artemiat

Now that the time has almost came can you let me know about the weather conditions?

Travel Tips for Budapest

20% off on a second boat tour with Duna Legenda

by marielexoteria

When you buy a boat tour with the Duna Legenda or Duna Bella boats, the ticket entitles you to a 20% discount on the next tour that you book with them, although not the same day and time printed on the ticket. I think this is good for those who want to enjoy Budapest by boat at day and at night.

Gellért Spa

by codrutz

After strenuous sightseeing, a relaxing dip in Budapest's most prestigious spa will sooth the aching muscles. Hopefully you stuffed your bikini in your purse when you started out. The Gellért Spa, built around 1900, has been modernized and has all the amenities, including mud baths and massages. You may also swim laps, or join several dozen others in the gigantic hot tub. The water flows continuously from mineral wells. Afterwards you may enjoy a cocktail or a good dinner in the adjacent Gellért Hotel.

Inside the franciscan church

by 1courage

And here is another stupendous church internal. In this church there is only one big and wide nave.

On both sides of the nave you find 3 chapels with nice side altars and bove the chapels there are 2 balconies.

The very famous main altar is work of Antal Grassalkovich, a member of Hungary`s richest nobile dynasty.

The ceiling frescos need to be renovated. You can hardly see what they represent. But despite this it`s well worth taking a look inside, also beacause, unlike some other churches in the city, you find this one is mostly open to the tourists.

Budapest, Vorosmarty ter:the...

by Hildegarz

Budapest, Vorosmarty ter:the Gospel music with the singers from USA,Maryland,Baltimore was finished.
Look the lamp of theirs car...People telling Good by.
Tomorrow it will be here more one concert.
If You will be in summer time in Budapest, on Mondays at 18.00h You can meet here at the statue of poet Vörösmarty people listening to the teaching from the Bible and You can have conversation with people speaking in lot of languages.

Vienna Gate

by barryg23

Vienna Gate, at the Norhtern end of Castle Hill, was the medieval entrance to the old town. This part of Castle Hill is a good area to escape the tourists as it's much quieter than the area around the Royal Palace and Matyas Templom.


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