Hotel Carmen

23 Amerikai Street, Budapest, 1145, Hungary
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Last minute accomodation sales

by frank.cien

In some European cities there are "Last minute accomadation" sales offices (eg in Prague at the main railway station) where you can buy discounted accomadation. Can you do this in Budapest? If so, what is the location of these offices?

Re: Last minute accomodation sales

by karamella


as far as I know there is no such office in Budapest, but please check this site,
here you can book last minute accomodations - in advance.

Travel Tips for Budapest

Never mind the graffiti.

by Stevieboy

Budapest is a very nice, green and pleasant place to walk around.

That's why it is even more a shame that there seems to be graffiti everywhere. I hope the city gets cleaned up one day; it will be even more beuatiful then!

Don't let yourself be scared of by some of these sights though, it is after all a very safe city!

Most famous Church in Budapest- Mathias Church

by Nemoa

Despite its looks it was built in the 19th century only and it owes its name to King Matthias Corvinus was married in a church that stood here and whose remains are still kept today as a part of the modern building.
The architecture is an eclectic mix as it has evolved throgh the history of Budapest and even the Turks left a mark on it, as it was used as a mosque during the Turk occupation. The medieval frescoes have been preserved, though, and today they tell us much of the history not only of Budapest but of the country itself.
Both the interiors and exteriors are remarkable and an amazing sight and if you like music, be on the ball because the church is well know for its concerts and it good acoustics.

If you are planning to visit, drag yourself here early as queues buil up quickly.

Kálvin square- the protestant church

by 1courage

The Kálvin square (wich nowdays in a very caothic condition, due to the construction of the metro line number 4) is the centre of the protestantism of Budapest. You find here the protestant church, raised bertween 1816-tól 1830 on Vince Hild`s plans. It has a very famous organ, built by the Deutschmann firm in Vienna. It was heavily damaged in the 1838 flood and in 1854-55 was modified on József Hild`s plans. The tower was built in 1859.
The internals are quite simple but surprisingly rich in golden stucco works.

Let's go to the Hiero squer...

by mariettz

Let's go to the Hiero squer (Hösök tere),
'Thanks for a lovely day'1989,
I took these photo in Hungary,Budapest;
You can see 'My Danish Family' as they
wrote me from Denmark.Cristian with his
family on the photo.In 1990 his other son
was olso in Budapest with his school.
Christian's father have been here in 1933,
when (half an hour from Budapest)in Gödöllö
was organised the 4st Jamboriee of the
Scouts.Please visit my 'Denmark' and
'Copenhagen' Vtourist pages.There You can
learn more about the Christian's family,
Denmark,Naestved (I was borne there).

Day Trips: Szentendre

by antistar

Just outside the city limits you will find the picture postcard beautiful town of Szentendre. Popular with tourists, possibly too popular, the charming, narrow, twisting cobbled streets of the town are filled with a multitude of foreign voices, tourist tat, pretty churches and little art museums. It's the latter the town is famous for, and the tourist crowds are what it is infamous for.

Love it or loath it, you are bound to enjoy some aspect of the town. I particularly enjoyed St. John's church on Castle Hill, and the views of the tightly packed roofs of the low-rise houses.

Check out my Szentendre page.

Getting there is easy. You can take the HEV from Batthanya Ter all the way to the end of the line. It takes about 45 minutes.


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Address: 23 Amerikai Street, Budapest, 1145, Hungary