Hotel President Budapest

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Hold utca 3 - 5, Budapest, 1054, Hungary
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Forum Posts

Buy Russia train tickets in Budapest

by cucaron


We are a group of 6 people planning a trip to Eastern Europe by august 2009. I found some information from travelers, that is possible and cheaper to buy a train ticket from Moscow to St Petersburg, in Budapest.

If this information is true, I have some questions about:

I have to buy also a round trip ticket from Budapest to Moscow, in order to buy the Moscow-St Petersburg?
I have to be citizen of Hungary or any other European country to buy it.
Should I have to book in advance this trip by internet with a travel agency or ticket office in Budapest?
Or is possible just to walk in and buy the tickets the day I’ll be there.
Can I buy and make at the same time a reservation for specific date, train and 1st or 2nd class berth?
And last, where to find the ticket prices and options in the internet.



Re: Buy Russia train tickets in Budapest

by Mariyka

Hello Francisco, it possible to buy train tickets,here you will find timetable and another info in english

to buy ticket,see prices for different class possible if you know russian and you still have to get original ticket on train station.
so if you will buy tickets Moscow-StPeterburg-Moscow you just get original tickets on Leningradskiy vokzal(Leningradskiy train station)before.

see also price
Saint-Petersburg - Budapest via Brest perhaps to get to Russia by plane easiest,quickly and cheapest.
good luck

Re: Buy Russia train tickets in Budapest

by Latya_63

Ask GyuriFt . I bought ticket from at last year as wrote sy. before without problem.

Travel Tips for Budapest

The Chain Bridge

by jexelot

"Hungary is not dead ; she will live again!"-this is how, in the first part of the nineteenth century, Count István Széchenyi, one of the greatest figures of the Reform Period, whom Lajos Kossuth called "the greatest Hungarian", encouraged the nation, groaning under foreign oppression. He himself whole-heatedly urged and sponsored the building of factories, mills, roads and bridges. It was in his initiative, and according to his ideas, that the Chain Bridge was built from 1839 to 1849 to the plans of the English engineer William Tierney Clark by Adam Clark, a Scot.
The bridge, 380 meters (420 yds.) long and 15.7 meters (17.5 yds.) wide, is supported by pillars shaped like antique triumphal arches. It was the first bridge over the Danube and it not only linked Buda with Pest but also the western with the eastern parts of the country. In January 1945 Hitler's troops blew it up, but in 1948-49 it was rebuilt in its original form.

Programs in the city

by MedioLatino

Lots of people are asking in the Budapest Forum for programs going on at a certain period, so I decided to put here some links which can be of help if you want to find some things to do other that simple here it goes:

However, if you still can't find what you are looking for, just ask! :)

Last names first please! :)

by MedioLatino

The hungarian language is not an easy one itself, so why not make it a little more confusing with the names? :)

In hungary we put the last name (the family name) first. However if a hungarian speaks english, he/she usually changes the order back to "normal".

To be sure, just ask for the names before you start calling someone by his/her family can also happen that someone has a "last name sounding" first name, so be aware! :)

Doors & Windows

by Flying.Scotsman

We love to look for architectural detail, especially doors and windows. Budapest and Szentendre both had scores of interesting doors, windows, and tile patterns. I've given the location as close as we remember them, but you don't have to look far - just look closely and you'll find all kinds of intersting things.

See more in "More Doors and Windows"

Gozsdu Udvar (Gosdu Court)

by leics

This passageway of seven connecting courtyards and associated buildings was built in 1904 on the edge of the Jewish district in Erzsebetvaros.

It was once full of life and people, but was no longer thus after the war ended.

But it is now being refurbished, renovated and restored....made into a luxury set fo apartment buildngs, offices, cafes and upmarket shops.

when I walked through most were still empty, although one or two cafes and bars were set up in the courtyards (one of which is Turkish, with sofas and shisha and low tables).

The plan is also to hold concerts, exhibitions, art events and so on.

Once completed I think it will be a really lovely place. It won't be anything like it was originally, of course, but (hopefully) will at least bring back life and vitality to the original structure.

Gozsdu Utca runs from Dohany Utca to Kiryali Utca, and is marked on maps even though it is not a through route for vehicles.


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