Firstapartments Inn City Center

Erzsebet Korut 4 1073, Budapest, 1071, Hungary
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Travel Pass

by carmennovac

Hello!

I've been coming to Budapest foe many years, but now I see that there is changed the price of transport passes, but it only appears in Hungarian.
Can you tell which is the price for 7 days now? I think that there was also one for 5 days.
Thank you

Re: Travel Pass

by muratkorman

Just back from Budapest today. 1 week pass is 4600 HUF.

Re: Travel Pass

by qaminari

7 days, 4600 Ft; 3 days (72 hrs), 3850 Ft; 24 hrs, 1550 Ft (single ticket, 320 Ft, carnet of 10, 2700 Ft). Don't know about 5 days but presumably it should cost around 4100.

Re: Travel Pass

by carmennovac

Hello!

Thank you.
Now I see that I was looking at their old site, the new one has infos in English.
Once more, thank you.

Re: Travel Pass

by danbp

There was no 5-day pass in recent years. 1-day and 3-day passes were converted into 24-hour and 72-hour passes. Other passes available: 7-day, 14-day, 30-day, multiple 30-day, semester and yearly passes. Another recent change was that these are valid on MAV-Start trains (except IC, EC, EN, Ex trains) and Volan suburban buses. (This comes handy when visiting Statue Park or using the train between Ferihegy Airport Terminal 1 and Budapest-Nyugati station.)

Travel Tips for Budapest

Download a free magazine about tourism/relocation

by wgrubbs

There is a great website called ShowMeBudapest.com and they host a free downloadable magazine in PDF format for Budapest. It is to assist those people coming to Budapest, Hungary that are particularly interested in tourism and relocation.

This magazine will help guide you around the city. The magazine includes Budapest Information, Discount Coupons, Hungarian Language Info, Maps and Much More!

The website is http://www.showmebudapest.com

THE FISHERMEN'S BASTION
The...

by SirRichard

THE FISHERMEN'S BASTION
The morning before the Palace Hotel lunch we climbed Castle Hill to visit this old fortress from where you can have a nice view of the city (Pest side). You can reach it from the centre of the district, Szentháromság tér (Trinity Square). The Fishermen's Bastion received its name from the medieval ramparts system which rose above the suburb named Fishermen's Town; furthermore, there used to be a fish-market behind the ramparts.

The Bakáts church

by 1courage

The Bakáts church wich was built in eclectic style according to the plans of the architect Miklós Ybl is located at the homonimuos Bakáts square. Is was constructed between 1867 and 1879. However it`s not located in the vicinity of the very city centre, it`s not really an off the beaten path: The Bakáts square is near the Pest bridgehead of the Petőfi bridge and it is the continuation of the Ráday street, one of Budapest most popular shopping streets full with good restaurants.
The church was consacrated to Saint Francis of Assisi, it has 3 naves and a nice internal decoration. As soon as I get in I make some pohots. Please be patient>;-)

The British Legation. Budapest Cont.

by budapest8



Taking advantage of the fact that neither Edmund Veesenmayer,
Hitlers proconsul in Hungary, nor the Sztojay government had formally
challenged the right of 8000 people to emigrate to Palestine, Lutz kep
t "negotiating" with the German and Hungarian authorities. In the process
he changed his objective. He wanted to save as many Jewish lives as
possible. As a ruse he and his staff started to issue tens of thousands
of additional "protective letters", even thought these were no more
backed by any Palestine Certificates. In order to hide the new approach,
Lutz was careful of always using numbers 1 to 8000 and never to go beyond
these. Each 1000 names were grouped together into one Swiss
Collective Passport. This meant that the applicants stood under formal
Swiss protection. As the Hungarian authorities insisted on concentrating
all remaining Budapest Jews in one large getto, Lutz established 76 Swiss
protected houses. The inhabitants of these houses were precariously fed and
helped out of the Consulate meager financial and material resources.
Meanwhile the young Jewish Chalutzim (pioneers) provided communication
with the Jewish Community and the underground. In 1941 about 742'800
Jews lived in Hungary. In Budapest about 150'000 survived. Between May 15
and July 9 437 402 people died in Auschwitz. Carl Lutz helped 62'000 Jews to
survive..."Official" Switzerland did not acknowledge his valor for a long time.
Carl Lutz was accused to having exceeded his competence, and he even had
problems in continuing his diplomatic career. Carl Lutz died on March 30,
1975 at the age of 80 in Berne. Carl Lutz was one of the first to receive the
"Righteous among the Nations" medal from Yad Vashem, his name was
entered in the Golden Book of the Jewish National Fund. In Jaffa (Israel) and
Berne (Switzerland) a street is named after him. Budapest honored him
by a statue and 1999 Switzerland by issuing a postage stamp

Get on the local taxis

by Luchonda

Horses with no name !! But so accurate to visit the poesta
Travelling through this area - by the Orient Express - by horses - and the feeling to follow the steps of Agatha and many other travelers - many years ago ! subliem !!

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