Kis Tirol

Batthyany u. 74, Budapest, 1161, Hungary
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help

by fairyindadragon4rest

is 2 days enuf for budapest?
i arrive and go for the free walking tour.what shud be my itenary after that
is best western a good hotel for a single girl?
what r the clubs & restaurants i shud visit
thank you so much :)

Re: help

by dino335

I think Budapest deserves at least three full days.

The Best Western is the largest hotel in Hungary, and is oriented towards business travelers

I stayed at the Ibis on Raday St. which I think is a better location for you, Raday St. has clubs and Restaurants that are not tourist traps and gets a younger crowd.

Thermal Spas

by tamasbr

You must spend some time at the thermal spas of Budapest. Relax and enjoy.

Re: help

by GyuriFT

Budapest has terrific panorama and some great museums.
Depending on your interests: maybe you should spend some time OUTSIDE of Budapest.

If not pressed to hard that could be up to a week. Don't overlook:

- Balaton lake ( we visited Tapolca underground cave lake too and had a blast!) with some very nice scenery
- Danube bend (Szentendre - Esztergom)
- Ráckeve very close to Budapest (unique gothic Serbian Orthodox church with fully intact medieval frescoes, the full church is coevered)
- Eszterházy estate in Fertöd

Some are easier to reach, some are a bit of challenge. Balaton's north shore has very nice scenery, several dormant volcanoes.
Danube bend scenery is also breath taking.

Travel Tips for Budapest

Through the eyes of a native

by tracymg

Thanks to Balázs (privateguide.hu) I was able to get a feel for the nightllife. Usually, I would end up in touristy bars and would not have any idea about where the locals go. The nightlife in Budapest was not what I expected at all. It was really cool, stylish and so different to back home.

A trip with Balázs is an absolute must. His trips are tailored to your needs and much more personal. He has so much knowledge and a great sense of humour. I really miss the nightlife as the variety just cannot be found where I live.

Biking on Margaret Island

by barryg23

Though it's right in the centre of Budapest, Margaret Island feels very different to the rest of the city. When you start to explore the island you forget you are in a capital city and there is so much greenery around you and it feels so remote that you imagine you are far from Budapest.

We hired bikes (for 600 Hufs per hour) and spent a couple of hours exploring the island. We found ruined churches, a round tower and, most bizarre of all in such a quiet place, a huge water centre, even bigger than Szechenyi.

The serbian church

by 1courage

This cute church was one of the first ones wich were built after the liberation of Pest-Buda from the turks. The constructors were serbian ortodox settlers and the works lasted for 3 years (between 1695 and 1698). This church was completely revised and rebuilt in 1731, while the bell tower was erected in 1752.
It`s surrounded by a wall and this didn`t chancge during the decdes-centuries. Unlike the neighbourhood! Until the middle of the XVIII. century this church stood alone. Then, when the eclectic innercity was built, this church wich had dominated this part of the city almost disappeared.
To visit the church you must pay a tiny admittance fee (1 EUR or stg.-as far as I remember). You can see some lovely icons wich were saved from the other serbian church, in the Tabán district wich was destroyed in the WWII.
Just take a look at the other buildings of the Szerb street-they have really nice facades!

Don't miss the churches!

by tiganeasca

Hungary is a religious country, proud of its heritage. This is the Matyas (Matthias) Church, begun in the mid-13th century on the Buda side of the Danube. The Saint Stephen Chapel honors King Stephen, founder of the Hungarian nation, who was crowned in 1000 and converted the nation to Christianity.

wow!

by ivanab

I'm not sure where to put this tip, but it's actually worth seeing. This sculpture (?) is situated in one of the bars inside the Westend City Centre, I think it's called Hollywood. And it looks pretty amazing.

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