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Budapest to Warsaw with 3 kids in tow.... help

by meggymartin

OK, we are heading out of Belgrade to Budapest on an overnight train Dec. 18 and plan on staying in Budapest 1 night and then want to get an overnight train to Krakow, dec 20. We will stay for one night and then on to Warsaw. My questions are: How can I book train travel from belgrade. I am getting worried about getting caught up in the holiday travel and want to make sure we get sleeper cars. We are also hoping to find reasonable hotels for our one night in each city... any thoughts? We are traveling with 3 boys, 7, 5, and 2 and could use all the help.

Re: Budapest to Warsaw with 3 kids in tow.... help

by margsch

I have stayed at the Hotel K.and K. Opera in Budapest, very nice, and can recommend it, but are you sure you want to travel this huge distance by train with 3 small children?

Re: Budapest to Warsaw with 3 kids in tow.... help

by kopvas

Serbian railways recently started e-ticketing system on their website - http://www.serbianrailways.com/ It works kind of roughly, but you can try...
Plus you can take a chance and contact Wasteels office - they may help...
From Budapest it is a little bit more complicated - first of all it is not sure yet if overnight cars from BP to Poland will remain in the new timetable (DB timetable doesn't show them) + MAV website doesn't sell needed tickets or reservations online...

Travel Tips for Budapest

After a day and a half...

by Pegasus74

After a day and a half wandering around hilly Buda and seeing aerial views of Pest, it's time to figure out what Pest has to offer. As picturesque as Buda is Pest, made up of eclectic architectural styles, small side-streets and inviting squares. The embankment walk which extends along the length of the Danube on Pest side offers excellent views of Buda.

The Liberation Monument (the...

by matza

The Liberation Monument (the work of Zsigmond Kisfaludi Strobl) was erected in 1947 to commemorate the liberation of the country and in honour of the soldiers of the liberating Soviet Army ( today we call it occupation ). The female figure holding the palm of victory together with the pedestal is 40 metres (132 ft.) high. In front of it is the statue of a Soviet soldier; of the two accessory figures one vanquishes the symbolic figure of destruction and devastation, the other one raises high the torch of progress. The names of fallen Soviet soldiers are carved on the pedestal.
On the. southern and western slopes below the Citadel the Jubilee Park was completed in 1965-66 ; from here the view extends to the semicircle of the Buda hills. Of the statues in the park mention must be made of Istvan Kiss's relief 'Budapest' and of Ferenc Medgyessy's work 'St. Gerard's (Gellert's) Fountain' standing in the lower end of the park.

Shinny Horse Balls

by Gypsystravels

Located here in the Castle District just steps away from the Dali Cafe is the statue of Andras Hadik on a horse. It is said that rubbing the balls of the horse will bring you luck and it is the reason why while the rest of the horse has a green patina the "balls" are super shinny.

I personally didn't rub them and did see anyone else around me rubbing them either, but someone's been rubbing them. LOL

Archaeological find: Mummies of the Church

by csordila

The Museum of Natural Science preserves one of the most special anthropology find of our age, the mummies of Vác. During the renovation mummies were found in the church of The Whites of the city Vác quite accidentally. The crypt lying under the church tower was full with rich decorated coffins. In the coffins being almost 200 years old, 265 mummified residues of people have been found, dressed in mortuary dresses. The special microclimate of the crypt and the manner of the burial made the natural mummifying possible.
The mummies are no longer infectious because the possibly pathogens were destroyed with high energy X-ray radiation. Sight of the mummies is not recommended for children under 12 years .
There is no constant exhibition.

Information:
Magyar Természettudományi Múzeum - Museum of Natural Science
1083 - Budapest, Ludovika tér 2-6.

Medieval Buda 1: Orszaghaz Utca

by leics

You will have to look hard to find evidence of Medieval Buda. So much has happened in the intervening centuries, so much damage done, so much rebuilding and restoration.

But there are little bits to be seen here and there.

On Orszaghaz Utca, which runs down from St Matyas Chruch towards Kapisztran Ter, there is a rebuilt Medieval house at 18.

Number 20 has a rather lovely stonework decoration.

Number 22 has evidence of sgraffito just about visible in the grime under its bay window.

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