Europa Centerpoint Hotel Budapest

Jozsef korut 2, Blaha lujza ter, Budapest, 1088, Hungary
Europa Centerpoint Budapest
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by alanbsmith

What is the distance from the Budapest Port (where Viking Cruises dock) to East train station (Keleti)? Are Cabis easily available.

Re: alanbsmith

by fischert

Hi Alan,

Do you have further information about Budapest port? I could find out which one do you mean.
The distance is less than 10 km's (it's around 5-7 km).
You can take a cab very easy, if the staff of the ship calls a cab for you they probably won't overcharge you. The fare should be around (maximum)4-5000 HUF (20-22 USD) - counting with the 10km distance.

Budapestian, Tamás

Travel Tips for Budapest

BUDAPEST from Buda

by DPando

One of the most impressive sights of this city.. go up to Buda for free and stroll around for mant places from one to other end... one side is full of palaces and historical great buildings as Hungarian Natural history museum or Palace of Arts
In the other side there is one of the most beautiful spots in Buda...the fishermen's bastion an impressive gothic church.. turquish so so nice

The Great Synagogue (Nagy zsinagoga)

by Nemoa

This is not called the Great Synagogue for nothing... it really is big and impressive, and the interiors a a nice sight too.
It dates back to the 1950's only and it also houses the Jewish museum with interesting items from the Jewish religion, history and folklore. Worth the visit, in my opinion, even if you are not a Jewish. You can never learn too much, can you?
Open: Monday-Friday 10.00-15.00, Sunday 10.00-13.00 The Holocaust Memorial is a highlight. It stands on the site of the mass graves of the Jewish murdered by the Nazi regime in the last years of the war. It is a tree where the leaves are tags with the name of the victims written on them.
Very moving. Worth a visit.

The amazing internals of the Egyetemi church

by 1courage

To enjoy the beauties of this terrific baroque church internal, wich is the biggest of all the similar churches in Budapest it`s necessary that the lights are swiched on. Otherwise it`s simply too dark.
The altars, the columns made by different kinds of marbles, the richly ornated wooden pulpit (work of monk Félix) make this church the most famous and most munumental baroque church in Budapest. also the internals have to be refurbished. I hope that after the renovation it will be much more luminous.

The Opera House

by croisbeauty

The Budapest Opera House, situated in Andrassy utca 22, designed by Miklos Ybl was opened in 1884. The hydraulic stage machinery was installated here for the first time in the world, as a measure of fire control.
The interior space of this eclectic building is imaginatively arranged. The three tiers of boxes, with two decked roxal box in the center, are arranged in a horseshoe.

Lions without tongue? No way! :)

by MedioLatino

This is actually not off the beaten path, it's actually on one of the main landmarks, the Chain Bridge.

On both ends of the bridge, there are two lions "in guard", and there is a legend about them not having tongue.

Sorry to say that, but I just got to know, that they do have tongue, but it's just not visible from below.

János Marchalkó who made the sculptures after hearing the people making fun of the tongue story jumped into the Danube according to another legend.

I got to know all this from a report with the caretaker of the Bridge since decades, Mr János Fazekas, who lives in an appartment in the tunnel in fornt of the Bridge. If you go to the tunnel, you will see his front door on the right hand side, but please don't bother him, he has his hard duty by keeping this wonderful Bridge in good shape! :)


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