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Wesselenyi Street, Budapest, 1055, Hungary
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Budapest-Wien

by salonicco

Hello,
I arrive at Budapest's airport on December 19, But I planned to go directly to Vienna, pass there three days and then come back to Budapest for more two days and leave again from Budapest's airport. We are a company of four persons and I am wondering which is the most convinient way to move between the two cities. Is it a good idea to rent a car for all these days, considering that we'll need it for a daily trip in Austria but with the difficulties of parking ecc. If not train, bus? Where can I get information? I would be pleased to here your opinion, because I can't solve this dilemma myself. Thanks a lot.

Re: Budapest-Wien

by fischert

Hello,

It depends on how much money you'd like to spend on this trip.
It's very comfortable to rent a car (maybe ask the car to the airport) and travel to vienna (from the airport to vienna city center it's maximum a 3 hours long trip on highway. But renting a car it could cost more. All of the big car renting companies can be found in hungary.
You can easily get to the city center and travel with train to vienna. There is a bud-vienna-bud ticket which includes the public transport in vienna. IT costs 29eur/person. It's also comfortable but cost less. You can check the train info on this site: http://www.mav-start.hu/ajanlatok/kulfoldi_utazasi_ajanlatok.php?mid=1467fb552f11b1 (unfortunately there is no english version of this site but you can check the time table. "Odaút"=budapest-wien "reggel és délelőtt"=AM "délután és este"=PM "visszaút"=wien-budapest

Re: Budapest-Wien

by muratkorman

The best way is renting a car. As you will be 4 people, the cost per person will be very reasonable. Don't forget to buy vignette for Hungarian and Austrian highways.

Re: Budapest-Wien

by danbp

If you'd like to visit places other than Vienna in the neigborhood, you may consider renting a car. Otherwise it's pointless, since parking is problematic and expensive in Vienna, and you can't save much journey time either. Flexibility is the only advantage of renting a car, though trains run every 2 hours, so you don't lose too much if you miss one. The 4-day ticket including local transportation in Vienna costs 29 EUR.

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If you want to find a good restaurant, bar, shop, or pretty much anything in Budapest or Hungary, then this is a great site for you. It has a very up to date directory of almost everything, along with user ratings and reviews. The great thing is that it's written by expats, so it's all in English.

Chew.hu

A sister site to the above, focussing exclusively on food. It's Top 33 restaurant list is well regarded as a benchmark.

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An insider's guide to Budapest. The nightlife guide is particularly good.

Also in Buda Castle Hill and...

by Pegasus74

Also in Buda Castle Hill and further north, the Old Town, is located north of Gellert Hill. Bus 16 runs from the stop near Deak ter Metro station to Disz ter located in the heart of the Old Town. Alternatively, you can take a funicular up to Castle Hill from somewhere near the Buda end of the Chain Bridge. Both Castle Hill and the Old Town are largely pedestrianized and are accessible by foot from one end to the other.

Castle Hill is where the baroque style Royal Palace sits; a stroller's paradise where you can indulge yourself culturally by visiting some very educational museums and lovely galleries, or simply wander at leisure and scrutinize the beauty of the ornamental gateway and Matyas Fountain. Many historic artifacts relating to this city are exhibited in the Budapest History Museum. I particularly like the music corner, which talks about Hungarian music and the many talented Hungarian musicians who fled to other parts of the world to seek recognition.

The Hungarian National Gallery displays artwork depicting Hungary's turbulent history. The first floor is the most interesting, according to the woman at the entrance door who ushers visitors. I entered this place twice and was given the same remark, and I thought she is right. Late Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque works share this floor. I was especially fascinated by two oil pieces - 'My Children' and 'The Boat of Life', so much that I bought a poster of the latter but too bad there isn’t even a post card of the former.

Hungarians have one of the...

by Pavlik_NL

Hungarians have one of the most strange languages in the world (Finn-Ugric group) and is related with Finnish (that already is strange enough!). It has almost no words taken from ancient languages or surrounding lingual groups. Still, it's intresting to learn some words or the counting in Hungarian. It will make the inhabitants of this country surely laugh and is guarantue for some new friends.

Day Trips: Esztergom

by antistar

From Nyugati station you can be in the religious (and former) capital of Hungary at Esztergom, where the immense Basilica will take your breath away. You can reach it from Nyugati station in about one and a half hours, for about five euros for a return ticket, travelling on some of Budapest's newest, cleanest and most comfortable trains. If you are in Budapest for more than a few days, a side trip to this city will be worth it.

Step 3: Erzsébet (Elisabeth)...

by mediamind

Step 3: Erzsébet (Elisabeth) Observation Tower on JánosHegy. JánosHegy is the highest point of Budapest at 529 meter. Concidering that the river Danube runs around 100 meters above sea level, it is quite above the town. If you are lucky and sky is clear you can see other hilltops as far as 75-80 km from there. The tower was named after Sissy, the most admired queen of Hungary (just for the records).
You can reach the Tower if you take off Children's Train at JánosHegy stop and take a healthy clime uphill. A nice walkway is created so it is recommended for everybody, not just for sportfans.

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