Edith's Place in Budapest

Marvany utca 31. 3./1., Budapest, 1126, Hungary
Edith's Place in Budapest
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Using ATM machines in Hungary

by johnbook

My ATM card has a 4 digit PIN. Do ATM machines in Hungary accept 4 digits? If not, I guess I would add some zeros? To the beginning or end of the PIN?

Re: Using ATM machines in Hungary

by fischert


ATM machines are working here also with 4 digits PINs.
ATM machines can be found almost at every corner just check with your bank the ATM fees it can be so expensive. Maybe your bank a co-company here which charges less to take cash.


Re: Using ATM machines in Hungary

by screwed

Yes, they accept 4 and 5 number pins with no problem. If you haven't any luck with one bank ATM, try another bank.

Re: Using ATM machines in Hungary

by Berserkr

dont worry about that, you'll be able to use your 4 digited pin card in Hungary. For ATM locator and currency conventer visit: http://www.besthotelsbudapest.com/currencyconverter.htm

Travel Tips for Budapest

Loads of info on the net

by MedioLatino

There are loads on infoamation to find on this homepages:

http://www.budapestinfo.hu/en/index.html (Also in English, German, Spanish and Italian - you can book hotels, fing programs and get info about transportation as well)

http://english.budapest.hu/ (Budapest Portal with news and program infos, etc.)

http://www.panoramas.hu/index.htm (Great panorama pictures not only from Budapest)

The 2nd Classical Performace...

by coceng

Here on these photos, I shall share with you guys some amazing first time experiences for me seeing the Classical performances !
It was great !
My host Alain accompanied me in the 2 Opera Theaters that he took me.
This was taken outside the Opera House, there's a nice balcony which captured me eyes.
There's a guy just standing there actually so I had to wait for him to go in before taking this nice photo...

Interesting Playgrounds

by cjg1

The playgrounds in Budapest have interesting discs to balance upon. We watched as children balanced on these large pivoting disc and spun around. Liz decided to try it out for herself as Istvan and I watched and laughed. It is not an easy thing to do as Liz soon learned but she had fun regardless.

Margaret island - bicycling

by ophiro

Beside bicycling around the city to see the attraction there is an option to ride your bicycle for sport activity purpose.

For this option a lot of local go to Margaret island , to ride their bicycle without cars around them or the need to stop to cross main roads.
If you don't have bicycle you can rent here in a few places.
bicycle and a helmet of course.

Military History Museum

by Heniko

Situated in a former municipal army barracks, the Museum of Military History has a sprawling collection of weaponry and war memorabilia housed on two main floors. Open to the public since 1937 and restored after World War II, the museum has permanent collections covering the 1848 revolution and War of Independence, both World Wars and the 1956 uprising, together with more modern displays showing machinery, guns and other military equipment used by the Hungarian army. On the ground floor, shells of different calibres and sizes line the museum's corridors, while above, images of engineers building pontoon bridges, soldiers hauling gun carriages and weary infantry men in the trenches stare out at you.

On the staircase leading to the first floor, there are two lovely stain glass windows depicting Buda in 1493 and Budav?r Bevetele in 1849. Turn right and you'll find exhibits on military history during the Austro-Hungarian Empire, including uniforms worn by the Hungarian Hussar regiment.

The are also large display cases featuring models and battle scenes from World War II, although the addition of a Huey helicopter (as used in Vietnam) was somewhat puzzling. The displays devoted to the tragic events of the 1956 uprising are the most poignant by far.

One nice touch is the WW2 American helmet which sits on a clear glass case on the ground floor landing. A slot has been cut in the top so that visitors can make a donation to the museum. The entrance, which is from T?th ?rp?d s?t?ny (promenade) has a fine lookout over Buda's western suburbs.


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