Villa Julia

Julia ut.8, Budapest, 1026, Hungary
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200 Euros for two weeks of double room in Budapest,do you think that is true?

by feifeifei

Hi

I am searching for guest house in Budapest for short term staying as a visitor,and I just saw this link:

http://housing.justlanded.com/en/Hungary_Budapest/Holiday-Rentals_Apartments/1#:10-Euro-day-you-can-t-miss-it

That looks a really good deal, as the other same places are 40 Euros/day as I compared. But I am concerned why it is so cheap.Do you think that could be safe to live in such a guesthouse?

Thanks!

Re: 200 Euros for two weeks of double room in Budapest,do you think that is true?

by Maryimelda

I would think from reading the website, that you get just the one room with the blue sofa and bed. You would be sharing the kitchen and bathroom, I think. If you are happy to do that, then it may be a good deal. I would still be wary however, as I firmly believe that you get what you pay for and since you won't be paying much, you may not be getting much. Let's hope that some Budapest locals come on board to give you advice here.

Re: 200 Euros for two weeks of double room in Budapest,do you think that is true?

by Kakapo2

Ten years ago I had a proper and decent apartment in Budapest with bathroom and kitchen for about 35 Euro per night. If prices have not changed since then the 10 Euro deal could be true but it might also be a dirt hole... If you are used to backpacking bunk rooms you might not mind... ;-)

Travel Tips for Budapest

In 1867 Buda (on the rite bank...

by Tanechka

In 1867 Buda (on the rite bank of Danube ) became the capital of Hungary : later in 1872 it was joined with Pest (on the left bank) . Inhabitance 1860000- it is near 1/5 of all Hungarians.
Budapest is 525 esq. 2/3 is laying on the left and 1/3 on the rite bank.

No balcony - sad walls

by MedioLatino

No money for reconstruction...

Houses previously maintained (not very well though...) by the state now are privately owned, but the owners (mostly families with children or retired people) just don't have the money to do the reconstruction works.

There is support from the state, but that's not enough for much...but one day all this buildings will be in good shape...it's just going slowly right now.

Széchenyi Baths

by balfor

These baths are totally amazing. I (unfortunately) didn't visit them in the summer, but they were open and completely usable in the winter. Don't let the fact that several of the pools are outside put you off! There is a hot pool, a cool pool and a play pool (with water jets and whirlpools) outside.

Inside, there are steam saunas with varying amounts of heat and steam, dry saunas, ice baths and mineral pools from cold to hot. If you are in Budapest and don't partake of at least one of the various bathhouses, you have missed something truly amazing!

Here is a website for many of the baths in Budapest:

Budapest Spas and Hot Springs Inc.

Map of Budapest

by HORSCHECK

Take a free map of Budapest at the Tourist Information Office. The map includes the locations of the main sights and a plan of the public transport system (suburban railway, metro, tramway, bus).
Budapest has a few Tourist Information Offices all over the town. The Main Office with a daily 24-hour service is located at Vorosmarty ter.

fantastic views from the Elisabeth Belvedere

by 1courage

....and if you do that c.ca 100 steps to arrive to the top, you get your reward. You feel like you were on the top of the world. Yes, sure, this is a bit exagerated, but in fact, you`re on the highest point of the city.
Of course the best view is on the city cetre wich seems to be quite far away from there, but also the other views are great: you see green in every direction, the television tower, the other Buda hills and opposit to the city centre you see Budakeszi, one of the most pleasant parts of Buda to live in.

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