Atel Dominika Apartman

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Liderc Utca 13, Budapest, Hungary
Dominika Apartment Hotel
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Parlament Budapest tour in Hebrew

by Mortasse


I have tried to contact you by phone,but,no answer.
I want to purchase 2 tickets for visiting the parlament building in Budapest,on the 5th,or 6th,or 7th of March 2009, with a guide who speaks Hebrew,prefered in the morning.
In addition I want to buy 2 tickets for the opera,in one of the available the dates remarked above. Please advice.
Moshe Ortasse

Re: Parlament Budapest tour in Hebrew

by danbp

For independent travellers, guided tours in Hebrew start at 10.30 and 13.30 daily. You can register on the spot. Groups may register in advance via phone or email. Ticket office is located at Gate X, while tours start from Gate IV of the Parliament building. Tickets cost 2820 HUF per person for adults whose native language is not Hungarian, 50% off for students. IDs required for entry. No visits during protocol events - about their dates, there's no information on the website.
Phone: +36 1 441-4904, 441-4415, 441-4038, 441-4412
E-mail: offers tickets for all theatres, including the Hungarian State Opera House. Tickets can be purchased online.
The following operas are on show:
5 March 19.00 Verdi: The Troubadour
6 March 19.00 Rossini: The Barber of Seville
7 March 11.00 Puccini: Madama Butterfly
7 March 19.00 Balanchine Evening (Serenade, Who cares?, Concerto Barocco)

Re: Parlament Budapest tour in Hebrew

by ramot418

I second what danbp wrote. I took the Hebrew tour last summer and bought the tickets at Gate X (that's a Roman numeral 10) about an hour before the tour. The tour is free for holders of EU passports.

Travel Tips for Budapest

my favourite church in Budapest

by codrutz

The Roman Catholic Church, dedicated to St.Peter of Alkantara, also called as Ferences templom = Franciscan Church. It's also a Monastery, as the monks live in the buildings behind the church - on the Ferenciek (means Franciscan) tere (means square).

The interior is godly painted and I loved it very much.

- thanks littlebear :)

Gellert Hill

by cobrioc

Gellert Hill is the perfect vantage point to view central Budapest. At the summit are the Liberation Monument and Citadella.

The hill itself is named after Bishop Gellert who had been invited by St. Stephen to help convert pagan Magyars to Christianity. As legend goes , in the wake of Stephen's death, Gellert met his untimely death after being toppled of the hillside in a barrel by militant heathens. His bronze statue stands on the spot where he was martyred.

To reach the summit you can either climb the winding paths from the statue or Hotel Gellert , or catch a bus to the top.

The panoramic views from the summit are
unparalled elsewhere in Budapest.

Leave a Tip, but not on the Table

by tamasbr

Tipping in Hungary is quite different than the rest of the world. You do not leave the tip on the table at the restaurant; the waiter/waitress brings you the bill, you calculate what you would like to leave as a tip, add it to the bill, and then tell them to give you back the change from the two amounts; i.e. the bill is 10 dollars + 1.50 tip, you would say, please give me back from 11.50. It is the same in taxis, or anywhere else you would like to leave a tip. Tipping is generally 10 to 15%. Check carefully that the tip has not been included in the bill, as some places have introduced the practice that it is included. 10% is the general practice in Hungary, 15% will be very much appreciated, anything above this is very rare.

Out In The Suburbs

by johngayton

I had my magic 72 hour travel pass and one late afternoon I had quick whizz out on the Metro to Deli Palyaudvar in Buda just to see what that was all about. Unfortunately it was dusk by the time I arrived - in wintertime Hungary the sun drops sharply at its abided hour and so despite the ride from Deak Ferenc only taking about 20 minutes it was damn near pitch black by the time I arrived.

I was impressed though. Some attractive restaurants beckoned (but at 5 pm too early to eat) and a quick wander gave me the impression that there's more to Buda and Pest than just the centres of either.

On my next visit I'm definitely going to do some exploration of these out of the way places - HA! Especially now that I've upgraded my language skills and can now say "Korso Kerem" with total confidence.

Gul Baba's Tomb. This site of...

by Havelock

Gul Baba's Tomb. This site of Muslim Pilgrimage is the most northerly in the world. Built in 1548, it is one of the surprisingly few reminders of the Ottoman period of Hungary's history (1541 - 1686). Gul Baba (Father of Roses) was governor of the city of Buda and, by planting roses, gave the name Rozsadomb (Rose Hill) to this affluent part of the IInd district. The site is wonderful oasis, not well frequented by visitors, and incidently offers some interesting alternative views of the city (especially Parliament over the rooftops).

Location: 2nd District, Mecset utca 14


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