Green Bridge Hostel and Apartments

22-24 Molnar utca, District 5, Foldszint 7, Budapest, 1054, Hungary
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Forum Posts

Budapest - Countryside

by kerona

Hello ,

im arriving to Budapest next months and I am looking for a comfortable option to go to Debrecen. I will be traveling with my mom, she is quite old, so train and bus are out of question. Do you know a company providing private transfers to the countryside?


Your help is appreciated.

Re: Budapest - Countryside

by prodiszlo

Hi, i can offer you this site: www.airportways.com
here you can find private car to Debrecen.

Re: Budapest - Countryside

by Masha_M

I'd think that the seats of a good train are more comfortable than a car...

Re: Budapest - Countryside

by danbp

I don't understand why did you rule trains out. Is it because getting on the would be hard for your mother? If you reserve online, you can even chose your seat so that she doesn't have to travel in a seat facing backwards (that's something elderly people usually dislike). InterCity trains are comfortable (especially 1st class, offering more personal space than 2nd class), good heating/air conditioning is provided, restrooms are okay on these trains. Platforms are high at Budapest-Nyugati, Budapest-Keleti, Ferihegy and Debrecen stations, so elderly people can get on without extreme difficulties, especially if they are helped by younger people. If necessary (though I hope it's not), there are wheelchair-accessible trains running to Debrecen.

Re: Budapest - Countryside

by kerona

Hi

thank you for all the suggestions.

bus and train were out of question because of my mom (the plane was tiring enough for her and also she said she would appreciate if we could stop on the way to debrecen in some smaller villages) so finally i went for the private car at airportways as prodiszlo has suggested. price was bit expensive but we have arrived without any trouble.

Travel Tips for Budapest

The buildings in the riverfront

by Neit

One of the nicest things I have found in Budapest are the buildings that are in the border of the river. If you pay attention ,while you are walking for any of the riverfronts, to the buildings that are opposite to you, you could find a surprise like that.

MONEY MATTERS

by cheesecake17

The Hungarian currency is the FORINT or HUF...While i was there I found they took both currency, euro and huf......only once at the airport while leaving, I payed in euro and got back some change in euro and huf....not sure if its a good deal.....

I also found that when I payed in euro they had problem giving change back....it seems that euro coins where not available..In general I payed in HUF most times....as they where many CAMBIOS to choose from and the exchange rate was good...(june 2006, 271-275huf to the euro)

Forint comes in COINS, 1,2,5,10,20,50,100..
Banknotes, 200,500,1000,2000,5000,10000,20000...

I heard a story by one of my guides, in which he said that a Taxi driver had given a passenger some change back in romanian currency...the passenger had no idea he had been given the wrong currency.....so PLEASE check on the internet the looks of a currency of the country you are visiting if you are not familiar with it.....

HUNGARIAN MONEY

Árpád Bridge & Margaret Bridge...

by zwack

Árpád Bridge & Margaret Bridge Árpád Bridge to the north, and Margaret Bridge to the south connect Margaret Island with the city. The island is 2.5 km (1.4 m.) long, 500 m (550 yds.) wide, and it covers 225 acres. In contrast to similar islands in other great cities, this one has not been built over, but has remained a huge park in the heart of the city. In the Middle Ages cloisters were built on the 'Rabbits' Island', as it was then called at the beginning of the nineteenth century members of the royal family living in Buda transformed it into a landscape garden. By the turn of the century it had become a health resort owing to its therapeutic springs.

Tickets for concerts are on...

by Milan

Tickets for concerts are on sale at the Filharmónia Ticket Office Vörösmarty tér l. Programmes of forthcoming concerts are posted in most hotels, and in many cases the concierge will be able to obtain tickets for you. Pre-bookings for theatres (including opera houses) may be made at the central booking office near the opera, (Andrásy út 18). Performances of concerts, operas and plays usually start at 7:30 p.m.

Firefighter's Museum

by TexasDave

We found this accidently in a brochure we picked up at the hotel. The address listed is: X. Martinovics Ignacz ter.12. It is part of a fire house on the Eastern fringe of the city. For a firefighter though, it is a must see! They have an extensive collection of memorabilia, from Roman times til now with very nice displays. You'll even get a guided tour, but only in Hungarian (we had a local with us who translated). Highly recommended!!

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