Villa Korda Hotel

Szikla u 9, Budapest, 1025, Hungary
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Turist guide tour in Budapest

by Ludvig73


We are a group of 10-20 people who would like to get a guided turist tour in center of Budapest in beginning of May 2010.

Anyone who can recommend a turistoffice ? a special guide ?

Language spoken must be English - alternatively Danish, but I guess that is to much to ask for ;o))

Thanks in advance.


Re: Turist guide tour in Budapest

by autumn_leaves


there is in fact a Danish VT member Claus -- "cachaseiro" who takes groups of people on tours, to many countries around the world. Perhaps you could email him here. He may have some advice/tips.

Re: Turist guide tour in Budapest

by Ludvig73

I guess it will be walking tour, but we might consider bus on Sunday.
Means... we could do a bus tour on Sunday and walking tour during a late afternoon walk...


Re: Turist guide tour in Budapest

by Hilde_K


Free Budapest Walking tours

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Travel Tips for Budapest


by diocletianvs

Danube was named by Romans after their god Danubius, and this fact shows their respect for this great European river. Historically, the river was the border-line that wasn’t easy to cross and it is no surprise that the Buda and Pest lived their separate lives throughout history and were united only recently.

Ever since the 13th Century the dramatic hill that rises above the right bank of Danube had the Royal Palace and was the seat of Hungarian kings. On the northern part of the Castle Hill a Royal town was formed overlooking the slow flow of Danube. Trinity Square with St. Matthias church was the center of this part of the town.

In the Middle Ages town was fortified – today the Water Gate and Vienna Gate are the remainders of old town gates, and the Castle Promenade runs on the place where once city walls stood.

Most of the 19th and 20th Century developments happenned in the plains of the Pest side, so the Castle Hill has kept the charm of the old times with its tiny medieval streets and houses and pompous Royal castle side by side.

Picinc at Betthany Ter

by barryg23

We had fantastic weather during our trip to Budapest. It was 30 degrees every day, which was far higher than I was expecting, given it was still only May.

So we took advantage of the fine weather and had as many meals as we could outside. Restaurants in Budapest are not as cheap as you'd expect so having picnincs saved lots of money too. Drinking Bull's Blood (a famous Hungarian red wine) in the small park at Betthany Ter while looking out over the Danube at the famoous Parliament building was a lovely way to round off our first day in Budapest.

If only there was a little less traffic around Betthany Ter it would have been idyllic.

The Holy cross church on Üllői street

by 1courage

If you head towards the city centre from the airport, you will surely notice this neo-romanesque church-if you come in the evening, it`s lovely illumination is even more spectacular.

At the beginning of the XX.century this place was completely abbandoned and only a few people livd here. The bishop, János Csernoch gave a cross to the peple telling them: stick this cross into the ground wherever you want. Than wie will construct a church on it`s place. This is how it recieved it`s name.

The church was built on Gáspár Fábián`s plans, was consacrated in 1930 and it was renovated recently.

It has a wonderful internal (later let`s see if I can make some photos).

Danubeside - Good kissing spot :)

by MedioLatino

Need some intimate moments but want to enjoy the view of the city and the power of the Danube at the same time? The Danubeside is the answer! :)

Best place to hang out: between Lanchíd (Chainbridge) and Margit Híd (Margaret Bridge) on the Pest side.

Not so much off but a little...


Not so much off but a little inconspicuous. On the Buda Castle hill district in the middle of one of the city blocks is the Labyrinth of Buda Castle. Ask a local if you have trouble finding it. Be daring & go in & bring a sense of humor with you you'll get a kick out of it.


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Address: Szikla u 9, Budapest, 1025, Hungary