St. George Residence in the Buda Castle Budapest

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Fortuna street 4, Budapest, H-1014, Hungary
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Airport Transfer

by tonythe100

Can anyone give me some ideas how can I go from the airport Ferihegy Arpt to my hotel?(Alta MOda)..

And how much will cost me and how far is?

Thanks a lot
Tony

Re: Airport Transfer

by azz8206

I can tell you the cheapest way from the airport to Budapest Nyugati Station(Central station). The MAV train costs 320 forint one way which comes out to about 1.25 euros. Happy travels.

Re: Airport Transfer

by JeanneHart

Hi - I was in Budapest last year and got a mini bus shuttle to pick me up from my hotel at Fisherman's Bastion and take me to the airport so they must have the same service from the airport to your hotel. Can't remember the exact price - my hotel organised it for me so maybe look on the airport website or check if your hotel can organise this for you. Hope it helps. If you need to ask about sightseeing in the city just ask.

Re: Airport Transfer

by Vasvari

What kind of service do you want? How little do you want to pay? I'm spoiled rotten so I have some one pick me up and help with the luggage. No waiting, no worry, no is cheap (about 75 dollars round trip). Is it necessary? Heck no.

Re: Airport Transfer

by kolozsnagy26

Hi Jeanne,

an insider tip from a hungarian living abroad:

since I need to fly back to Hungary quite often I have tried several taxi companies until now. Some companies are quite nice but the price is high and in some cases the price seems to be a good deal but the drivers are rude and giving you trouble. So actually you never know.:) Last week I hav tried budapesttransfer.net (you can google it) and it was quite ok, driver on time and price is really affordable as well (around 13 € ) so i would recommend you to try their service. Actually it could be pretty cool for you, cause the website is in english so you can book it easily.

good luck and enjoy your stay in hungary

Travel Tips for Budapest

It's the little things...

by bluebug

It's the little things that I enjoyed the most about travelling around Europe such as the difference between the telephone poles in my country and the telephone poles of other countries . Are they like this all throughout Hungary?

Budapest Spas - just relax and have fun

by MedioLatino

Budapest is - among lots of other things - the city of spas! We have a lot of thermal bath's around in the city, most of them open during the whole year, some "beach-like" ones only in the summer season.

Once here try to find time to visit at least one! It's worth! :)

My personal favourites are: Gellert (a bit overpriced) and Szechenyi (big one, loads of pools and extras), but just find the one suiting your taste over here:
http://www.spasbudapest.com/tartalom.php

Inside the church of Óbuda-the pulpit

by 1courage

The rococo pulpit is one of the most famous ones in Budapest and well deserved it`s fame. This is the most spectacular part of the church. Very richly ornated and covered by gold.
The lover part represents the Faith (praying women) Hope (Lady with child) and Charity (a pigeon).
We can also see the figure of maria Magdalena and an angel (on the top).
Thei pulpit was created by the sculptor Károly Bebó.

Christmas fair with three million light bulbs

by csordila

Downtown of Budapest is always in festive flood of light in the weeks of Advent, which officially begins the fourth Sunday before December 25.
From this occasion a spectacular fair takes place every year from the end of November until end of December in the heart of the city, in Vörösmarty Square. The popular and Europe-wide well known festive atmosphere of the Fair is due to the unique pavilions and the exclusive goods available in them: almost 100 craft stands offer goods, special gifts and folk art and craft decorations.
The Gerbeaud house's facade turns into a giant Advent calendar and daily in the evening at five oclock a contemporary artist's creation appears in the accompaniment of a play of sound and light in a newer window. As you know, the Advent calendar, like the Christmas tree, came from Swabian region of Germany.
The fair also has a gastronomic side. On the event, the visitors can taste the traditional Hungarian foods, such as stuffed cabbage, chimney cake and the famous "lángos"!! After drinking a mug of mulled wine, you may take the mug home as a souvenir.

The Christmas fair on Vörösmarty square is elected as one of the world's 10 best Christmas fairs by the travel magazine Travel and Leisure.

Address: Budapest V., Vorosmarty ter
Directions: Vorosmarty ter M1 Millennium metro terminal

Statue Park

by McPee

I wanted to visit Statue Park which is where some of the Communist Statues from Budapest have been preserved.

You can catch a bus tour. However I decided to "go native" and travel there by public transport.

Either the number 49 (from Pest) or the number 19 from Buda to their terminals. From there the Volanbus system takes over from there to the park. It takes about 15 mins from the Bus Station and you have to keep your eyes peeled.

There are some wonderful testimonys to the past - you can almost see where the gaps in Budapests Sqaures were filled and the statues they contained when you get back to the City.

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Address: Fortuna street 4, Budapest, H-1014, Hungary