Kalmar Bed & Breakfast

Kelenhegyi ut 7-9, H-1118 Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
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Option for going by overnight train from Budapest to Krakow

by oslocairo

Hi!
My friend looked as best he could (Neither of us speak Hungarian or Polish) to find an overnight train from Budapest to Krakow with some sort of sleeping accomodation. It will be on a Tuesday in the first week of April in 2010. What are the options? He thinks there is a 2nd class sleeping berth for $120 per person and maybe a 1st class sleeper for $176. That seems expensive to me, but perhaps not. Also, what is the difference between a sleeping berth and a sleeper? Does my friend have the right prices? We are having trouble finding out the price in US. dollars. Thanks.

Re: Option for going by overnight train from Budapest to Krakow

by redhopper13

If you use the following website

http://www.bahn.de/i/view/GBR/en/index.shtml

this will tell you when the trains go best time I could find for you was to leave Budapest at 19.58 and arrive into Krakow at 06.24.

The difference between a sleeping berth and a sleeper as far as I am aware is that a sleeping berth means that you will be sharing a cabin with up to 5 other people (its normally 4 people in a cabin) whereas a sleeper would just be for the two of you. IMO you may as well save money and go for a sleeping cabin given the time you are leaving you will just want to sleep. However it depends whether you are going to be using hostels in your trip and if you will be used to sharing with other people.

It can be quite difficult to book tickets on line or to get prices before you get to a European city and the prices do seem to change but the prices your friend has does seem quite steep. Having looked around website it seems that it should cost about 50 euro for a sleeping berth which is about 70 dollers

Hope that helps

Re: Option for going by overnight train from Budapest to Krakow

by oslocairo

Thanks for the info. It's good to hear too that the price may be cheaper than my friends thinks. The price you mentioend makes more sense.

Re: Option for going by overnight train from Budapest to Krakow

by danbp

So you're planning to take the Metropol EuroNight train. I've found exact fares for you in Hungarian here: http://www.mav-start.hu/utazas/kulfoldi_utazasi_ajanlatok.php?mid=149ae9ff6811b9

It says SparNight tickets (including fare and couchette/sleeper reservation) are available in a limited amount. SparNight fares are as follows (ONE WAY, per person):
6-bed couchette EUR 39
4-bed couchette EUR 43
3-bed sleeper (Tourist) EUR 45
2-bed sleeper (Double) EUR 49
1-bed sleeper (Single) EUR 99

If SparNight tickets are sold out, the following fares apply without limitation of availability (fares only, without bed reservation!)
2nd class one way EUR 75.4
1st class one way EUR 113.2
2nd class roundtrip EUR 90.4
1st class roundtrip EUR 135.8

In this case, the following reservation fees apply (ONE WAY, per person):
6-bed couchette EUR 9.40
4-bed couchette EUR 14
3-bed sleeper (Tourist) EUR 14
2-bed sleeper (Double) EUR 21
1-bed sleeper (Single) EUR 49

Single compartments can only be reserved holding a 1st class ticket.

Paying in Hungarian forints the exchange rate applied is 1 EUR = 270 HUF, seemingly regardless exchange rate fluctuations.

Todays EUR-USD exchange rate is: 1 EUR = 1.432 USD.

Re: Option for going by overnight train from Budapest to Krakow

by oslocairo

Thanks so much for the information. That really helps.

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Train Station

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There are three main train stations in Budapest, all of which are connected by the metro.

Keleti pu (metro: Keleti pályaudvar) handles most international trains as well as rail services to north-eastern Hungary.

Nyugati pu (metro: Nyugati pályaudvar) has trains to the Danube Bend and the Great Plain.

Déli pu (metro: Déli pályaudvar) in Buda is the place to go for trains to Lake Balaton

Living coast in Budapest

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Following are the basic prices of common items in Budapest
Telephone call (single local call) 20 HUF
Mineral Water 80-150 HUF
Milk 140-180 HUF
Bread 75 HUF
Beer 160 HUF
Chocolate bar, Local 90 HUF
Cigarettes 265-370 HUF
Public Transport Ticket 100 HUF
P. Transport day pass 800 HUF

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The Museum of Fine Arts

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Indulging In Hungary's Sweetest Temptations!!

by cmarsek

My companions and I wandered the streets of Budapest during the early evening and purchased tickets for a ride on the Duna Bella Legenda Boat Tour. Our only problem was that the tour was still an hour off and it was bitterly cold outside (too much so to make wandering around an enjoyable consideration). We opted to hop into the adjacent Hotel Marriot and to our delight found a VERY EXTENSIVE dessert bar of traditional Hungarian treats for a very reasonable price. As you can tell by my picture here, we were VERY happy to indulge in the sweet things Hungary could offer.

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Address: Kelenhegyi ut 7-9, H-1118 Budapest, Budapest, Hungary