Budapest Hotel Leslie Apartments

Victor Hugo 25-27, Budapest, 1132, Hungary
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Budapest can be seen in how many days??

by Ineedtogo

How many days must you spend in Budapest???- week maximum

Re: Budapest can be seen in how many days??

by xymmot

I can spend three days there. Depends on what you like. They have a good music venue and the night life is not bad.

Re: Budapest can be seen in how many days??

by GyuriFT

Go for the maximum (one week) because you can make some nice trips, too.
If you need a car for the trip, rent one from new car dealerships, not from car rental companies.

You also more likely to get an automatic car and they do not put any restriction on the countries car can be driven in. All you need is to ask for the free "green card".

One of the companies I was successful to rent a car was Opel Schiller. They had low-mileage Skoda Roomsters with automatic transmission for 50 Euro/day or so. You can try even negotiate.

http://www.schilleropel.hu, info-at-schiller.hu (they would speak English, I did not need tough).

They partner with these guys:

http://www.airportcarhire.hu

As I see, the price did not even change much, 15000 Forint:

http://www.airportcarhire.hu/rent_step2.php

(I am sure, 12-13K is possible tough)

Re: Budapest can be seen in how many days??

by luciaguimaraes

Hy,I went to Budapest in 2008 and we stayed there five days.Well, there are lots of interesting things to see.I think five to six days enough.Try to stay there on saturday because they close Corrientes bridge and everything happens there.Very,very nice.

Re: Budapest can be seen in how many days??

by luciaguimaraes

I went to Budapest in 2008 and we stayed there five days.Well, there are lots of interesting things to see.I think five to six days enough.Try to stay there on saturday because they close Corrientes bridge and everything happens there.Very,very nice.

Re: Budapest can be seen in how many days??

by muratkorman

It all depends on what you want to see and how much you want to see ın Budapest. Perhaps you don't like museums and that may shorten the "things to do" list for you. You may not be interested in churches, cathedrals and this can also reduce the required time. Maybe you don't want to do too many things in 1 day, then you may need longer than what we think. In my opinion, you can see most of the attractions in Budapest without any rush in 5 days, but still it needs some planning so that you don't travel from one corner of the city to the other corner. Take a look at our Budapest pages to have some idea. Choose your places of interest and ask more questions. We are always happy to help fellow VT members :)

Re: Budapest can be seen in how many days??

by adema29

Even if you'll stay a month in Budapest, you'll not be bored.
You have a lot to see and, if you feel that everything is done ( I doubt it), you may go for a short visit to Szentendre or Visegrad, or Esztergom.
There are so many things to see. We have been three times in Hungary, once it was a tour of it.
I don't want to start again a sensitive subject here, but I loved a greek taverna in Budapest :))
If you'll find it (1056 Budapest, Belgrád rakpart 16, Hungary) you'll love it too. Don't forget that you'll have to call for a reservation... it is always full.
http://www.taverna-dionysos.hu/
Ask for "Piatela Dionysou" for two and... try to survive :))

Travel Tips for Budapest

Good value for money.

by Tricky_Dicky69

We loved Budapest, it was such good value. Our 5 * hotel was a bargain ( Corinthia Grand Hotel Royal ) Every visit to a restaurant was a real treat and surprisingly cheap. Wine is very reasonably priced too. Every meal we had was delicious. My favourite was goose livers with mashed potatoes and peaches. Yum ! ! ! We can't wait to go back. We loved the relaxing river trip on the Danube and wandering around the castle district.

The Saint Anna church

by 1courage

The St. Anna Church is one of the most famous and beautiful baroque buildings in Budapest. With it`s two towers it`s an important part of the Buda skyline and dominates the Batthanyi square.
The construction of the church initiated in 1740, according to the plans of Kristóf Hamon, and terminated by Mátyás Nepauer in 1761.
In the next 200 years the church suffered from wars, floods, earthquakes, even it was planned to be demolished, owing to the construction of the metro network line II. Fortunately(not like in the case of the former beautiful National theatre on the Blaha Lujza square) this plan was not realized, and the church could be reconstructed between 1970-1984.

Church on Úllői street

by 1courage

If you visit the museum of the applied arts, it wel worth going about 400 metres on the Üllői street to visit this superb neo-gothic masterpiece, the Ethernal adoration church. You can notice it`s 58 metres tall tower from a long distance even if you cannot see the other parts of the church: it`s incorporated in the surrounding buildings. The construction wich lasted for 10 years (between 1898 and 1908) on Sándor Aigner`s plans, begun just when Sissy, Franz Joseph`s wife was murdered.
Two times, in 1945 (wwII)and in 1956 (revoultion against communism) it was seriously damaged but fortunately it was allways restored. The last refurbishment has almost finished. The church is in perfect shape and one of the most beautiful buildings of the Üllői street.

The money is the Hungarian...

by acemj

The money is the Hungarian Forint. There are foreign exchanges at the airport and all over the city, but I just used ATMs (however, they're not everywhere like in the States- you can get an ATM map at the tourist offices).
Check Virtual Tourist's currency converter for the latest exchange rates.

Budapest Labyrinth - Sooo Scaaarrryyy!!!

by anaiis

Under the Budapest castle, there is a labyrinth. Partly made by nature, partly human. Only part of the underground caves and paths is opened for tourists, but they made it a very special. In a very dark, humid interior you can explore fake drawings and rock prints, there are some strange noises added. To visit the Labyrinth provides a refreshment during summer and I really recommend it for modern art lovers. The scenes are sometimes quite bizarre! Try to forget about the map and just explore it by yourself. Dare to cross the gates that lead into the darkness? Úri u. 9, Open: daily 9.30-19.30 1 Jan-15 June; 9.30-21.30 16 June-31 Aug; 9.30-19.30 15 Sept-31 Dec.

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