Delightful Studio Apt on Raday Utca, Central Budapest, Hungary - Ideal Visitor Location
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I'm a private owner living in Dublin Ireland but consider lovely Budapest my second home. I initially visited eight years ago to have dental work done and loved it so much I decided to purchase an apartment. When I'm not there I rent it to help pay the bills!... It's great to hear back from guests telling me how much they loved staying in such a beautiful property (if I say so myself) and that they enjoyed the delights of Budapest. Before guests decide to book and afterwards I'm delighted to make recommendations about transport, restaurants, the best baths to visit and any other question that may have. Pat
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
The unit is located on a busy street and away from the usual tourist centre but easily accessible to the many attractions in Budapest. Our unit was clean and quiet and well equipped for our stay. R Sardon
Many thanks for your positive review it's much appreciated.
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Nice and convenient.
Convenient to some restaurant and bars. Small but comfortable place inside a locked courtyard that kept it quiet. Kitchen if you need it. No issue getting keys, host was flexible with our times when we had travel delays.
Please visit us again.
Great Location. Great Stay!
This was a terrific small apartment that met all of our needs for a six-week stay. Thanks for accommodating us!
Thank you for your kind review, do come back sometime.
The centre of everything!
This location was absolutely perfect for me. It was a quick walk to one of the main bridges (the green one) and I was able to easily find my bearings no matter where I went. The property is on a busy street, but you don't hear the traffic, people or music once inside. Although there was an issue when I checked in, the owner was quick to rectify the situation. The little kitchenette had everything I needed and the bathroom was okay. I loved the high ceilings and the windows to the open space below. There was a jazz club called IF right across the street, as well as many, many restaurants and bars. There was a little grocery store also very close where I got supplies when I arrived late. But the Central market is also really close - so save your food shopping for there! It was fabulous. I can't wait to visit Budapest again. What an amazing city!
Thank you for your very kind review I really appreciate it considering you had a bad start. Please let me know if you decide to return to Budapest I'll be happy to give you extra discount. P.
Nice stay in Budapest
The apartment was double booked so we were offered and stayed in another apartment
Amazing Secessionist Building in the heart of Bud
Just got back from beautiful Budapest and had a fantastic stay. We stayed 3 nights in this apartment and although it is small it is perfectly formed! Located on a street with plenty of things going on and shops where you can stock up on groceries etc. Great location and the building is absolutely beautiful with well preserved original features in the secessionist style. A little gem and run by a very friendly agent and owner! We will be back - hopefully next summer!
Thank you Dave, your feedback and kind comments are very much appreciated.
Do come back
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An ideal location for Dental visitors, for more information please contact owner.
Litsz Ferencz Airport is located 16km (10 miles) southeast of Budapest.
Taxi costs €20 and takes 20 mins to get into town.
As one of Europe's truly great capital cities, first time visitors are usually overwhelmed by the sheer beauty of the city. Divided in two by the Danube, the numerous vantage points from hilly Buda and Óbuda offer spectacular views of a flat, busy, sprawling Pest on the river's eastern bank (pictured above left: Heroes' Square).
A city that manages to surprise and enthral in equal measure, reminders of Budapest's rich and often tragic history are ever present. Indeed, the scars of the nation's crushed 1956 uprising (which have yet to fade from the nation's psyche) are still evident from the many bullet hole ridden buildings around the city. Of course, one hopes that now, following Hungary's accession to the EU on 1 May 2004, its younger citizens can take advantage of the opportunity and stability that lie ahead in a united Europe.
Certainly, since the move to parliamentary democracy in 1990, Budapest has witnessed rapid change. Sizeable investment from the west, coupled with a greater choice of goods and services means that daily life is now little different to any other major city in Europe. Of course, this leap into a "brave new world" has also brought problems too. A renewed sense of vibrancy and pride has taken hold, with many of the fine apartment blocks that turned Vienna and Budapest into two of Europe's most beautiful cities (during the early 1900s) now being restored to their former glory.
And, most importantly, the city has retained its unique character, while the locals remain just as polite, stubborn and individualistic as ever.
An ideal location for dental visitors, for more information please contact owners.