Belvedere Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

11/A Szilagyi Erzsebet Fasor, Budapest, 1022, Hungary
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
53%
43
Very Good
37%
30
Average
4%
4
Poor
3%
3
Terrible
1%
1

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 20% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families92
  • Couples89
  • Solo87
  • Business85

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Some shoes are really worn out.Some shoes are really worn out.

St. Anne, ceiling frescoSt. Anne, ceiling fresco

Orszaghaz Utca near the castleOrszaghaz Utca near the castle

Forum Posts

Airport transfer

by dsreier

We (my wife and I) need to travel from the airport to the dock area where the river cruise ships are harbored.

We will not be using the service provided by Viking Cruise Lines.

What would we expect to pay in Euros or US dollars?
What is the be way for us to get a taxi at the airport?
Are there any taxi services that are more reliable than others?

Thank you for your help.

David Reier

Re: Airport transfer

by flyingspud75

hi,i used the airport shuttle bus.i found it very fuss free.i landed at terminal 1 and there was a booth near the terminal exit,i waited about 15 minutes for it to arrive.the people just give you a ticket and they shout you when the bus arrives.also there is a taxi service called ZONA TAXIS that charge about £20 or $23 dollars to get you to budapest centre.ZONA TAXIS-TEL.(+361)365-5555.

Re: Airport transfer

by leics

Yes, the BUD shuttle service is reliable and good value. The drivers are smart and courteous, usually with at least adequate English.

http://www.airportshuttle.hu/en

There is an office just inside Arrivals where you can book your transfer. Normally one does not wait much more than 15 minutes for the relevant service. You can book in advance online if you prefer.

If you really want to use a taxi, the Zona taxi fares, reservation info etc are here:

http://www.zonataxi.eu/en/

Re: Airport transfer

by Mathieu05

But does the airport shuttle take you to 'the dock area where the cruise ships are harbored', which is where the OP wants to go ?
I was under the impression that the shuttle only took you to hotels.

Re: Airport transfer

by leics

If you look at their website it just gives fares for the city centre/outside the centre.

I am sure they will happily drop people off wherever they want to be dropped off. As there were no roads where I stayed last time (the whole area was being reconstructed) I was dropped off and collected 5 minutes walk from my hotel. No probs.

The easiest way to find out for certain is to contact them via their website.

Re: Airport transfer

by danbp

Be careful with taxis now, Budapest Airport has just announced that it does not consider its contract with Zona Taxi valid any more - this means that other companies and 'freelance' drivers may also use the taxi stands at airport terminals. This means you'd better choose a company online and either call a taxi or look for a taxi with a familiar company logo on it - otherwise you might get cheated by drivers barely controlled by any authority...

Re: Airport transfer

by flyingspud75

going to budapest on sunday...does zona taxis still have a booth at the terminal exit though where you can book a taxi??

Re: Airport transfer

by danbp

Well, the situation seems to be better than what I expected. So Zona Taxi still serves the airport until a new taxi company is selected to operate airport taxi services. So you'll most probably find the taxi booth operating.

Re: Airport transfer

by flyingspud75

yeah it was fine..used zona taxi and they were really good,i would recommend to anyone wanting fuss free travel from the airport.

Travel Tips for Budapest

General Info

by Redang

Tourism Offices

There are some Tourism Offices in Budapest; these are some of them:

* Western Railway Station
Left Wing
- Tel: (+36) 1 302 85 80

* Liszt Ferenc tér
Liszt Ferenc tér, 11
- Tel.: (+36) 1 322 40 98

* Deák tér
Sütõ utca, 2

- Internet: www.budapestinfo.hu and www.frommers.com/destinations/budapest
- E mail: suto@budapestinfo.hu (this one belongs to the last office)

Oficina de Turismo de Hungría en España
Av. de Brasil, 17, planta 10
28020 Madrid

- Tel.: (+34) 91 556 93 48
- Fax: (+34) 91 556 98 69

- Internet: www.hungriaturismo.com
- Correo e.: hungria@hungriaturismo.com

O B U D A

by cobrioc

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 exhibitios. An ancient stone's throw north of Obuda is the Roman civilian town of Aquincum, establishes at the end of the 1st century. The town 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 Obuda.

Inside the Kapucinus church

by 1courage

Well, I took these photos only through the window. As soon as I get in I add others and much betters than these ones. In fact, you can easily enter to the church, but the biggest part is mostly closed.

The inside of the church is maybe not as spectacular as in other churches, with less gold but in this way it represents better the life of the and the austere mudus vivendi the monks assumed to adapt to.

The church has only one nave with different nice side altars among the one that represents Saint Francis (József Falconer`s work).

The main altar (painted originally by Mátyás Schervitz) sadly was destroyed in the second world war and it was repainted by Gyõzõ Fáy in 1954.

As you can see the photo number 4, on the left side of the nave there is a typical turkish ornament wich is really funny in a catholic church:)

Demonstrations against the prime minister

by DPando

during this second fortnight of september Budapest has sounded in all news around the world for demonstrations and assaults to the public Tv.. i saw some of these demonstrations in front of the parliament where "lives" the socialist prime minister.. the demonstrations has been promoted by Fidesz (the right wing political party in hungary) .. they claim against the prime cos he said in a radio station that lied about the economical status of Hungary in order to win the past elections.. there are other things that people doesnt like but its an imperative question if Hungary wish join EU.. its just question of time that people accept that !

Visit Wekerle estate (telep)

by halikowski

Wekerle is a `garden city' like Letchworth in the UK. It was designed by the early 20th century Transylvanian visionary architect and planner Kos Karoly, who was dreaming of his home and wanted to recreate something of the architecture from that part of the world. He added beautifully carved stonework into the pavement of the central square, depicting scenese from Transylvanian fairy stories, which is now almost completely covered over with grasswork.
It's a small trek to the South-East of the city, but quite feasible with BKV (Budapest public transport) or by bicycle. Now it's becoming quite popular with professional classes.
A friend of mine Mariann tried to market a Wekerle calendar in 2005, but as usual with things that you do from love, wasn't a great commercial success. See
http://wekerle.info/naptar.htm for more information.

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