Eurostars Budapest Center

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Kossuth Lajos Utca, 7-9, Budapest, Hungary
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The cemetery in the side courtyardThe cemetery in the side courtyard

Szechenyi BathSzechenyi Bath

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Forum Posts

Quarter to stay?

by schmechi

Which quarter you'd recommend in Budapest to stay for a city trip? For me it is important to be close to the sights but also to go out at night....

Re: Quarter to stay?

by leics

I'd recommend the Stare Mesto (Old Town), on the Pest side. There are many bars, restaurants, shops etc and it is central for exploring both Pest and Buda. I think it's Prague 1.

Re: Quarter to stay?

by dino335

leics seems to have mixed up Prague and Budapest, Stare Mesto is in Prague. Belváros is the Inner City or old town on the Pest Side of Budapest. I would stay near Raday Street if you are interested in nightlife. Vaci Utca (utca means street in Hungarian) also has nightlife. These two streets are not far from each other, but Vaci Utca is more commercalized, tourist oriented and has more than a few tourist traps although here are some decent places to go there

It's unusual for leics to make such a mistake!

Re: Quarter to stay?

by leics

Thank you.

But even Leics can be poorly and tired, and her aged brain does not always work properly!

My apologies. I have duly slapped myself.

The name was inaccurate but the advice to stay in the older, central area of Pest remains the same. Budapest V is the district number....Budapest l is around Buda castle and, whilst lovely, is not as good (imo) for choice of bars, restaurants etc.

I'd put a smiley, but I'm v cross with myself!

Re: Quarter to stay?

by schmechi

Lol, I was a little bit confused, because I recognized the Slavic origins of "Stare mesto"... ;)

So the place to stay is Pest's center, not Buda's one?

Re: Quarter to stay?

by flyingspud75

i stayed in the art'otel on the buda side.great views of the danube and pretty cheap m8.think its in the castle hill district.hope this helps.

Re: Quarter to stay?

by dino335

Yes. Pest cneter is better for nightlife than Buda. As leics said Buda is very nice but not as lively for nightlife. As I mentioned before Raday Street has lots of restaurants, bars and clubs. I stayed at Ibis Centrum which is right on Raday, which is decent not fancy. There are other hotels around Kalvin Ter if you want more ammenities, and there are also clubs near there. If you search on Kalvin Ter and Raday Utca you wil get more info.

Re: Quarter to stay?

by leics

Last time I stayed in the Best Western Art, a couple of minutes' walk from Vaci Utca (about 10 from Raday Utca) and in a newly-done-up and largely pedestrianised area. It was ideal for me....I barely took a tram and never used the Metro at all. My first stay was in a hotel much further out, not nearly so good a base.

So, somewhere as central as possible in Pest is best, imo.

Re: Quarter to stay?

by peterguszti

Well We actually stayed in Dist 7, but dis 5, 6,7 are the actual city center. The opera house is in district 6 which is great, and we stayed at locust treee apartments , which is 5 mnin walk away. just a bit hard to find. http://www.onlyrooms.com/en/hotel/information/budapest_locust_tree_apartments/

Travel Tips for Budapest

Movies set in Budapest

by Dabs

Gloomy Sunday which had a very limited release in the US finally came out on DVD this year and we finally watched it this weekend. Set in Budapest during WWII, there are some beautiful shots along the Danube and it's a moving story, a love triangle between the beautiful Ilona, her lovers Laszlo and Andraes and a German who is in love with her but can never really have her. The story is very loosely based on a true story of a composer who writes a song called Gloomy Sunday that is so powerful that it makes people commit suicide after hearing it.

Sunshine is another Hungarian movie that I would recommend, a little longer than it needed to be but well filmed it follows a Jewish family in Hungary through three generations until WWII and the wrenching decisions that the main characters make in order to survive.

Raday utca

by budapest8

Just walking across the Freedom Bridge from the Gellert Hill passing the main market, then turning into Raday utca and sitting outside drinking a cappucino watching the Hungarians and tourists passing by. The corner of Raday utca.....

Inside the franciscan church-details

by 1courage

On these images you can see the splendid side altars and the baroque pulpit.
Th pulpit represents scenes about Saint Augustinus`s life. This saint was the premontrei (called also augustians order`s most important. The altars have been modificated-replaced several times during the decades and also the church internals have been modificated but the one you see is in a very homogenuos baroque/neobaroque style.

Magyar (the Hungarian...

by travelmad478

Magyar (the Hungarian language) really threw me. I can barely pronounce anything, much less understand written words or what people say to me. Hungary is one of the few countries I've been to where I didn't pick up a single word (with the exception of the word for 'cheese'--a warning to our British friends, it's pronounced '***e'!) I felt like an idiot.

Hungarian Nobel Prize Winners

by shirez

Did you know there are a lot of Hungarians wining Nobel Prize?
Here is the list

PHYSICS
1905 Fulop von Leonard for studies in X-rays, and the cathode ray tube

1944 Isidor Rabi for his resonance method for recording the magnetic properties of atomic nuclei

1963 Eugene Wigner for research on structure of atom & its nucleus

1971 Gabor Dennis for his investigation and development of holography

MEDICINE
1914 Robert Barany for his work on the physiology and pathology of the vestibular apparatus

1937 Albert Szent-Györgyi von Nagyrápolt First to isolate Vitamin C which he found in abundance in Hungarian paprika

1961 George von Békésy
for his discoveries concerning the physical mechanisms of stimulation within the cochlea.

CHEMISTRY
1925 Richard Zsigmondy for his work on methods in the study of colloid chemistry

1939 Leopold Ruziczka for his work on polymethylenes & higher terpenes

1943 George de Hevesy for his pioneering work with isotopes as tracers. Winner of Atom for Peace Award 1959

1986 John Polányi for work on chemical reaction dynamics

1994 George Oláh For the study of hydrocarbons, the ingredients of oil and natural gas, and his discovery of new ways to use them

ECONOMICS
1994 John Harsányi For his pioneering analysis of equilibrium in the theory of non-cooperative games

and last but not least
PEACE
1986 Elie Wiesel for his dedication to peace, atonement, and human dignity

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