Budapest Karoly Central Maganszallas

Karoly Korut 3/A, doorbell: 102, Budapest, H-1075, Hungary
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Budget airlines for Eastern Europe

by ash9x9

Hello,

I am planning to visit Budapest, Prague, Frankfurt in June, are there any budget airlines which would cover all these cities/sectors. I will fly into Zurich & exit from Frankfurt so essentially the budget airlines would have to have a Zurich connection ( from where i will start my travel) and then subsequently fly (having connections) to all these cities, any suggestions which airline(s) to try..?
thnx in advance

Re: Budget airlines for Eastern Europe

by leics

www.whichbudget.com lists all European budget carriers and their destinations.

An alternative site is www.harefares.com

Just find the one which suits your time and budget: there are lots. You do not need to use the same airline for all your flights.

Remember that the earlier you book the lower the fare. There are no last-minute cheap flights.

Also remember strict baggage limits (20kg for most, 15kg for Ryanair) and check-in times.

Check exactly where the airport is too.for example, Ryanair fly to Frankfurt Hahn which is some considerable distance from Frankfurt. Although transport is available, you do need to factor in the time required.

Re: Budget airlines for Eastern Europe

by ash9x9

Many thnx, will check as mentioned :)

Re: Budget airlines for Eastern Europe

by Latya_63

www.skyeurope.com www.ryanair.com www.wizzair.com www.airberlin.com www.easyjet.com But the distance is very small 400-600km between the Frankfurt, Prague, and Budapest. Try to compare it with airlines, the bis and train stations are in the city, not outward like airports, not checkig time etc..

Travel Tips for Budapest

Christmas markets

by m-joy

There are several little Christmas markets in town, the ones I liked most are at Vörösmarty ter and at Liszt Ferenc ter. Here you find beautiful wooden toys, ceramics and, of course, delicacies like spices, sweets, hot wine, etc.

Phoning home

by Gypsystravels

Okay, so I actually didn't use this phone booth since my cell is world wide and no need for it. However, I did find it to be useful for those inviduals who need to make a call outside of Budapest.

The phone box seemed quite easy to use wheter you use coins or a telephone card.

The great traditions of...

by gepard

The great traditions of Hungarian cuisine have, in the last ten to fifteen years, successfully mingled with modern sophistication. At its roots, classic Hungarian gastronomy is nothing less than French bonne bouches reaching Hungary via Austria and mixing with ancient Hungarian peasant dishes - many of them originated in Asia - offering every gourmand something to his/her taste.

The first thing that people recall about Hungarian cuisine is goulash, which is, contrary to popular belief, not a stew but an artistically prepared thick soup. Sour cream is often used to soften the flavour. You must try fish soup, chicken paprika, a good home-made pörkölt (stew) and the excellent fresh-water fish: grilled pike-perch, trout with almond. Also compulsory is goose liver. Whether fried or grilled, cold or hot, it is simply unforgettable.

Desserts really deserve a separate chapter. The most delicious ones are strudels, Gundel pancakes, somlói dumplings and gesztenyepüré (cooked chestnuts mashed, topped with whipped cream). Specialities include salty and sweet pastas, of which túrós csusza (pasta with curd and sour cream) is warmly recommended.

Hungarian wines


Hungary's annual wine production totals 4.2 million hectolitres mellowed in 22 historical wine regions. Budapest is known for its sizeable storage and bottling capacity.

Louis XIV, the Sun King, was such an admirer of world famous Tokaj wine that he termed it the 'Wine of kings, the King of Wines'. Wine of the Balaton region, the full-bodied Villány-Siklós, the famous wines of Eger and the Egri Bikavér (Bull's Blood) in particular also enjoy a wide international reputation.

Take a sip of world famous Hungarian wines in Budapest, or enjoy a Tour de Vin!

Here are some great wine shops and places you can sample wine in town:

On the Buda side

Budapest Wine Society (Budapesti Bortársaság) - I. Batthyány utca 59.
Free wine-tasting on Saturdays 14.00-17.00

Demijohn - II. Margit utca 27.

House of Hungarian Wines (Magyar Borok Háza) - I. Szentháromság tér 6.
A several-hundred-metre-long cellar labyrinth holds 450 different types of quality wine from 22 historical wine regions in Hungary. Visitors get a tasting cup at the entrance and are allowed to wander around and taste up to 70-80 different wines.
Open: daily 12.00-20.00

ATSA Fitness Center

by shirez

Fitness and Aerobic(Fat burning, Dance, Boxing, Capoeira, Women, Step, Funky, Hip hop, Streching)
Personal training
Squash

Juice Bar
Nursery service 16.30-21.00 (free)
Massage
Pedicure
Solarium
Sauna (free if you paid the entrance fee) Bring comfortable sport clothes and sport shoes, towel, shower gel, hair equipment (if your hair is long) and dont forget the sock neither!

Bikini and flipflops, if you want to use the sauna. Aroma oils can be used.

Paprika is everywhere!!!

by metallemon

In the most foods and it is also sold either in markets or as a souvenir.
I always like paprika, and I found it a good a delicious gift for my friends back to Greece.
There are two kinds of paprika: sweet and spicy. To tell you the truth I prefer spicy paprika

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