Mercure Budapest Museum

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Trefort utca 2, Budapest, 1088, Hungary
Mercure Budapest Museum
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Tchigane Music in Budapest

by Dobbitt

Hi everyone,

Me and my girlfrend will be in Budapest between 9th to 12th Jan. I've reserved a table in Sir Lancelot Restaurant for the 9th Sunday. I'm also looking for a place to enjoy Tchigane music. I've heard the Borkatakomba Restaurant, but looks a bit too touristy is it? Any reccomendations about that? Please remember, we only have Sunday, Monday and Tuesday which don't seem to be the liveliest days of the week :)

Re: Tchigane Music in Budapest

by Kat_Ica

Hi Dobbit,

In my opinion Borkatakomba is not exactly perfect. The Karpatia is better I think.
Other thing Borkatakomba is far from the center, but it is in an authentic winecellar. see www.karpatia.hu
Best regarsd:Katica

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Who was Imre Nagy?

by Tom_Fields

At the end of World War II, the Soviets controlled Hungary, Poland, East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Romania, and Bulgaria. These vassal states became part of an empire known as the Warsaw Pact.

But in 1956, the Hungarian people rose up against their Communist overlords. The Soviet army put down the revolt with great brutality. Imre Nagy, the leader of the revolt, paid for it with his life. Today, he is venerated as a great national hero. His statue stands at the Martyrs' Square in Pest.

Trams R Us

by blint

It's such a shame many countries have done away with trams they are such a fantastic mode of transport. They seem way more elegant and economical than motor buses.

They are high on my list of my favourite things in Budapest; I love seeing the lovely yellow and white ones that glide around Budapest city though the older ones are a little bumpy. The newer ones are comfortable and VERY regular. Budapest has a public transport system.

Take a number 4 or 6 over the river and you'll get a great view of the Danube and the parliament.

My Friends In Budapest...

by coceng

Here, I'm showing some friends that I met while I was in Budapest ! It was a truly pleasant stay with the locals being helpful, albeit mis-communications sometimes.
This is another friendly photo with some of Alain's friend. The far left is truly Hungarian & his Japanese friend & then there was me !
We went out & I met many of Alain's friends actually but I didn't take that many photos with them maybe because I wanted to save my films taking the photos around Budapest's buildings & sceneries.

One thing I learned is to...

by europebn

One thing I learned is to NEVER NEVER NEVER 'clink' a beer with someone - like you do when you say 'cheers' or make a toast. It is a sign of disrespect because over a hundred years ago the Hungarians were defeated in a major battle with the Austrians, where in the end 21 Hungarian generals were beheaded. The Austrians celebrated their victory by 'clinking' beers.

So, NEVER do it!

Nagyvásárcsarnok

by DPando

The central market is the largest one in BUDAPEST, the most attractive and expensive as well, built in 1890 and restored in 1994. Two floors split the market in two so crowded by tourist. souvenir, gift shops and some local food restaurants are on the second floor, while the market strictly speaking is in the ground floor, the toilet as well where u have to pay ...

Budapest's largest and grandest market hall was opened in 1897. Sale is done on a area of 10,000 sq.m under a huge iron structure. The programme of foreign diplomatic delegations often includes a visit here. Since restored to its original glory in 1994, it is well worth a visit

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Address: Trefort utca 2, Budapest, 1088, Hungary