Hotel Dunapart

Kiralyok utja 261, Budapest, 1039, Hungary
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Last Minute Booking

by Lurchizo

So I have found several adequate places to stay in Budapest when I am there somewhere around the second week of May. I am wondering about how far ahead I should book. I am heading to Prague and Vienna first and I have a nice spot in Prague booked but I am hesitant to book accomodations and my next spots in case I decide to stay a little longer in Prague. What are people's thoughts about being able to just show up in Budapest and find a decent spot to stay without reserving ahead of time. I hate to book ahead and then show up a few days later and pay for a spot I'm not in, but I also am not fond of showing up and not finding a spot either...

Re: Last Minute Booking

by easterntrekker

I know how you feel . That is always my problem when travelling . We were there in June and booked a month ahead .I never like to take the chance . I would pick out a couple of possible places if I were you and then make a reservation a couple of days ahead when you get your exact dates decided upon . I think you'll be fine as long as there is no big event on in the city.

Re: Last Minute Booking

by Lurchizo

Thanks - I think that is the way to go too. Any places you would like to suggest in either Vienna or Budapest. I drove through central america and around Cuba and it was easy to just show up in the twon square and find a place to stay, but not sure about Europe.

Re: Last Minute Booking

by easterntrekker

WE stayed at a really neat little place in Budapest, really near the opera house called room behind the opera . The young couple who ownt even pick you up ( for free) from the train . It is an excellent value at 50 Euro per night Here's their email address. info@room-opera.com . http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/a3065/6aa67/ and here is a link to mt travel pages

In Vienna we stayed at Hotel Austria . It is highly rated and rightly so . We paid 90Euro for a really nice room , with hugh brakfast ( shared bath ) Excellent location. http://www.hotelaustria-wien.at/en/welcome/index.html

Here is the link to my Vienna pages.http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/a3065/4e34c/3/

Travel Tips for Budapest

Nyugati ter

by edvin_br

This square is one of the most central in Pest. Its also can be the first sight that tourists see when they arrive Budapest from north (Berin, Prague, Bratislava)...
When you will get out of the station you will find a crowded and active street (Terez korut). In the square area you will find a Supermarket, West End shopping center, some old beautiful buildings (you will notice the big commercial signs on them) and many taxi drivers that will take you to any place at very high price... so take it as a last option to get to the center. A better way of getting into the Downtown is by M3 (Just under the train station) that will take you to Deak ter and from there you can change metro line and get to your destination.
This is one of the places that i have been in them the most in my visits to Budapest, it was a starting point to many of my tours.

Houses of Parliament

by croisbeauty

The Parliament, also known as Orszag has, is one of the emblems of the town. There is, however, another Parliament building which is less known and not so attractive. It is situated on the opposite side of the Lajos Kosuth Square, and worth of note.

Tipping in restaurants

by ophiro

A lot of restaurants include the service on the bill.
Most of the time it will be 10% and they write it on the bottom of the bill for your comfort of understanding the bill's parts.

If you don't see the service included you can always ask and give the waiter a 10% tip - he will be very happy.

Swimming - public baths

by KamaO

KIRALY MEDICINAL BATH - this Turkish bath, that is a steam bath, giving a special experience for travellers, is a precious memory of the Turkish occupation (named after its owner in the 19th century), which functions today as well. The centre of the most beautiful Turkish part of the building, to which Baroque and Classicist extensions were made, is the cupola hall with an octagonal pool. The thermal baths are 39 and 30n degrees hot, the cold water pool is 26 degrees, while the hot air and steam chambers are 60-70 degrees. The water is good for people suffering from locomotor diseases, but is also recommended for those who wish relax only. It is opened for women on Tue, Thu 06:30-18:00 and on Sat 06:30-12:00. For men it is opened on Mon, Wed, and Fri 09:00-20:00.

Margit Sziged shots

by DPando

A Paradise in fall when all the leafs are droping down and some trees resists the cold season others surrender to it
I remember walking by a mud path looking how hundreds and hundreds of yellow leafs were flying down ..it was so lovely !!

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