Club Apartments Budapest

Veres Palne utca 7, Budapest, Hungary

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    Excellent Place and Good Value for Money

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    I have stayed in Club Apartments & Rooms for 7 nights in June 2013. I have selected this place based on the excellent reviews and rating scores on different websites and my selection was the right one. I have made my reservation via booking.com 4 months before my planned trip date which saved me some good amount of money. The reservation and confirmation process was very smooth.
    I got a budget double room in an apartment that has another 3 rooms. My room has its own keys, bathroom, fridge, small TV (almost useless). The room also has free WiFi (did not work on the first day).The AC was at an extra cost but we never felt we are in need for it. There are some other shared facilities for all rooms in the apartment like kitchen, microwave, toaster, boiler, washing machine, and a computer with internet connection.
    The apartment is in the heart of Budapest City Centre on the Pest side and is very close to the Danube, Elisabeth Bridge (Erzsebet Hid) (White Bridge) and many other attractions. Only 3 minutes walking distance to the Chain Bridge (Széchenyi Lánchíd) and 5 minutes walking distance to the famous Vaci Utca (Street).
    The locations is only 2 minutes walking distance to the nearest metro station (Ferenciek Tere) (M3 Line) and also to the nearest bus station. Transportation could never be that easy.
    The building is surrounded by many bars and restaurants and at the end of the street and after crossing the road, there is a Tesco Express market where you can get all your essentials.
    The reception is only available from 9 AM till 5 PM weekdays only, so if you will arrive after 5 PM or in weekends, make sure to arrange via e-mail in order for the hotel to arrange for someone to deliver you the keys. Dora from the hotel management was a real helpful person. She gave us the city map and explained where and how to go. Overall very good value of money and excellent choice for budget travelers.

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Budapest to Graz

by liam_wilber

How can I book an online train ticket from Budapest to Graz? Is there any offer currently? I need to travel on 7th February 2010. Thanks!

Re: Budapest to Graz

by leics

You can buy tickets online for this route through the Austrian railway website in English here:

http://www.oebb.at/en/index.jsp

You may not yet be able to book for February.....I did not check.

Re: Budapest to Graz

by danbp

None of the two railways companies (ÖBB and MÁV-Start) has online ticket sales for international journeys. I don't know why: they both offer e-tickets for domestic journeys... Whatever: in February you won't have problems with buying your ticket in Budapest - just avoid the international cash desk of Budapest-Keleti station, head to Nyugati instead. (Your train will depart from Keleti, though.) Allow 60-90 minutes to buy your ticket in case you had to stick to Keleti for some reason (eg. a lot of baggage). Coming from the airport, you don't have to calculate extra journey time to Nyugati station. From Nyugati you can get to Keleti in 15 minutes either directly by trolleybus 73 (watch out for stop locations and schedules - www.bkv.hu/troli/73) or by metro M3 to Deak Ferenc ter and then metro M2 to Keleti palyaudvar.

Re: Budapest to Graz

by leics

OBB in its English version offers me online booking for international journeys. Obviously, I have not carried it through to the end of the process, so it may fail, but the option is there.

Re: Budapest to Graz

by danbp

I've checked it in German, it does offer you to buy a ticket, but at the next step the system gives you no prices, so you can't go on to the next step. And, true, not all international relations work like that: to Italy, Switzerland or Germany, you can book online with OEBB. Looks like a scraping from the Iron Curtain :)

Re: Budapest to Graz

by leics

Interesting.

I got fares in the English version.

Re: Budapest to Graz

by danbp

Now I see: I was searching for direct connections. There is one direct connection a day, which is an InterCity train. It will be shut down from 13 December onward. And the OEBB system cannot handle international IC trains, at least not those coming from Hungary. But it can handle Railjet trains, which appear in most offers for a Budapest-Graz journey. As only night connections are including an InterCity or EuroCity service, this problem will most probably not occur to our fellow traveller.

Travel Tips for Budapest

Excellent view

by AndyRG

Between the trees, on the side of Pest, you can see the most beautiful Parliament in the world, I think. The government is housed at only a small part of the impressive building, which is 270 metres long. Margarete island is near it, an ideal place for relaxing (with two pools, so many in the whole city!).

The Castle District in Buda is...

by Milan

The Castle District in Buda is the ancient kernel of the capital's right-bank settlement. Everything that surrounds it was once only suburbs. From whatever direction you reach the Castle District, you cross the ramparts which completely encircle Castle Hill. The whole area within the ramparts is protected as an ancient monument: the lines of the streets and the foundations and architectural remains of the buildings retain the atmosphere and memories of the medieval and eighteenth and nineteenth-century capital.

The 1956 Revolution

by antistar

It was the fiftieth anniversary of the of 1956 uprising the year I visited Budapest. My visit also coincided with widespread political riots, based on the words of Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany leaked admission that he lied in order to get re-elected. The coincidence of the riots and the anniversary were not lost on the protesters, who made every effort to link the two together, playing rousing nationalist songs, staging the protests by the grave of the Imre Nagy, the Prime Minister during the failed uprising, and having men in traditional dress standing around waving giant Hungarian flags with the middle cut out significantly, just like the protest flags of the revolutionaries 50 years earlier.

The 1956 revolution was a proud moment in Hungary's history, but a shameful one in the West's. The Hungarians were successful in overthrowing their undemocratic communist government, and chasing the Soviets out of the city. Lacking any support from the West, however, the Soviets came back with their tanks some weeks later. The revolution was crushed, its leaders were excecuted, and the Hungarians were forced to endure more than 30 years of communist dictatorship.

Einstein and Leo Szilard

by cobrioc

Leo Szilard (Leo Szilárd; last name means “solid” in Hungarian) - the most famous Hungarian physicist: who conceived the nuclear chain reaction, Co-developed the Atomic Bomb and was directly responsible for the Manhattan Project. Szilard was the co-holder of the patent for the nuclear reactor alongside with Enrico Fermi who will reappear at the end of this post (yes that was a cliffhanger)
in 1962 when Szilard was diagnosed with bladder cancer but when he designed his own radiation therapy the cancer went into remission and never returned!

Visegrad - old capital of Hungary

by Raimix


Old hilly capital of Hungary and castle remains on high mountain is about 40 km from Budapest.

From the castle you can see beautiful panorama of mountains and Danube and in the castle you can find museum of torture.

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