Location, location, location. This hotel is right off the main square, on a street thick with restaurants and cafes. It's cool, but there's no air conditioning. There's wi-fi, but there's a small 25 euro cents per hour fee. The rooms are spacious, but the hotel itself feels a little cramped. It's very central, but the rooms that front the street can get a little noisy. The staff are very friendly and helpful, and all spoke perfect English.
As long as you are not expecting luxury, this is a great hotel for the price.
IBUSZ is the official place to find places to stay in people's homes in Hungary (they take a fee), but it is not necessary as everyone knows someone with room. We made no reservations except to visit friends and in very popular destinations in Hungary.
Pecs is beautiful. Just look at this building. The fan railings are a nice touch.
Youth hostels of the Janus Pannonius University
7624 Pécs, Jakabhegyi út 8.
7633 Pécs, Szántó Kovács János u. 1/c.
Tel.: 72/251-184, 72/251-203
7624 Pécs, Universitas u. 2.
Youth hostel of the Pollack Mihály College
7624 Pécs, Boszorkány út 2.
Youth hostels of the Medical University
7624 Pécs, Jakabhegyi út 6.
7622 Pécs, 48-as tér
Camping site Árnyas
Siklósi út 106.
Camping Site Família
Gyöngyösi István u. 6.
Camping Site Mandulás
Ángyán János u. 2.
7632 Pécs, Littke József u. 2.
7624 Pécs, Bornemissza Gergely u. 12.
Pannon Volán Taxi Kft.
7623 Pécs, Rákóczi út 24/26.
Tel.: 72/333-333, 333-532
Anything from $3 at a campsite for a tent for students up to $ 30 for your own house in a village!
If you want to chill out from the stress of Budapest...jump on a train to Pecs.
The smalest tent made bij the companie De Waard in The Netherlands, is our pride and joy. The tents made by this companie are the best your money can buy! They are the Rolls Royces amongst the tents. When erected correctly, they can withstand a strong gailforce wind! Drawbacks are that it takes at least 45 minutes to erect it, and the price of US$ 700,- (and that is for the smalest one). If you are interested you can take a look at their (Dutch) website: De Waard tenten
When traveling through Europe we always camp. It's a relaxed way of living. You eat when you want, do nothing if you don't want to, and there is always something hapening around you.
Our hotel was booked as part of the round trip but it is a very good one and rather special as it is Jugendstil and it is also right in the city centre.
Sorry the hotel was part of our package deal and there were no prices on the door.
In Jugendstil with a beautiful view from our room on the fifth floor.
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