Haller Camping

Haller utca 27, Budapest, 1096, Hungary
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airport transfers

by yacker

We arrive at the airport in the AM. What is the best way to get to the hotel downtown? I am thinking about the airport transfers that are offered.

Re: airport transfers

by Mikebond

The airport website proposes several solutions:
1) by train: http://www.bud.hu/english/passengers/transport_and_parking/by_train
(price: 300 HUF)
2) by bus: http://www.bud.hu/english/passengers/transport_and_parking/by_public_transport

Or, more expensive solutions:
3) by minibus: http://www.bud.hu/english/passengers/transport_and_parking/by_minibus
4) by taxi: http://www.bud.hu/english/passengers/transport_and_parking/by_taxi (from 8 to 25 euro according to the area of Budapest you want to reach)

I hope this helps,
Michele

Re: airport transfers

by johngayton

If your hotel is close to a metro station then the bus/metro is the easiest and cheapest way. If your hotel is close to the Western Train station then use the direct train from Terminal 1. Otherwise use the airport minibus shuttle service which will take you to your hotel front door. Budapest can be a bit of a confusing city to navigate when you first arrive.

Whilst Budapest is a fairly safe city it's not a good idea to be standing around outside the train station or metro looking lost with your map in hand.

Have a good trip!

Travel Tips for Budapest

When you be in Hungary,you'd...

by zwack

When you be in Hungary,you'd better get a translator,it's not easy to find a english speaker on the road. Hungary,in the east of Europe,it's small,quite and pretty country.I visited 5 cities,and all people are
friendly.

Don't miss the details

by Gentleman75

If You walk in Budapest and see the imposant old buildings, give time to Yourself to explore the details. It's worth to stop for a minute.

These motives can be seen on the top of the Vasarcsarnok (Market Hall) which is situated in Vamhaz korut.

If You would like to read more about Vasarcsarnok, take a look at my Things to do tips on Budapest page.

Baths

by grkboiler

Budapest has some of the finest thermal baths in all of Europe due to an abundance of natural hot springs. Baths have existed in the Budapest region since Roman times, but the Ottoman Turks who ruled Budapest for over 150 years made them what they are today and left many baths behind which are still in use.

The picture is of the Szechenyi Baths in Varosliget. This bath is the hottest and deepest in Budapest.

Batteries

by McPee

Make sure you take a tripod for night time shots. As you will gather - I forgot. If you are the owner of a digital camera, MP3 , Mini Disc etc then it is worth taking spare batteries with you. In some areas they are hard to find, and when you can they are sometimes less than worthwhile local brands. Maybe just my luck.

Mary Magdalene Tower

by nicolaitan

At the eastern corner of Capistrano Square stands the Mary Magdalene Tower, the only remaining section of a 13th Century Franciscan church. Under Turkish rule, this was the only Christian church in Budapest. The church was destroyed in large part in WWII during the month long siege of the German armies on Castle Hill. Only the 15th Century tower survived.

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