Your apartment in Bp's heart!
from £26 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £26 /night help Price for guests, Nights
Estimated nightly price based on a weekly stay. Excludes fees (if applicable). Enter your dates to see the total cost.
Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 4 Home 187016
Availability Your dates are available
Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Are you looking for a cozy, comfortable, nicely designed short term apartment for rent in the VERY heart of Budapest?
You found it! My apartment is waiting for you right on one of the most famous street (Váci street) in Budapest!
This apartment is situated in the very center of Budapest, at the pedestrian and shopping area, Váci utca. If you like to have fresh bread, croissant, or fruits before you start your day in Budapest, this is apartment is the perfect choice for you. Very close the famous Grand Market, Danube, Elisabeth bridge, Gellért bath and many tourist attractions are just steps away. Stores, restaurants as well as tram (on Vámház körút), metro (Kálvin tér or Ferenciek tere) are all within walking distance.
This charming 40 sqm apartment is on the ground floor there is a nice, modern open kitchen and the living - dining area. There is a huge bedroom, bathroom with shower and toilet. The apartment was entirely renovated with taste: it offers modern interior, American style kitchen. The living room and the bedroom have two windows to the quiet yard. The bedroom has a double bed, and there is a pull-out sofa in the living room suitable for additional two guests. The modern kitchen is fully equipped with microwave, fridge, toaster, water boiler, coffee machine, tea and coffee. You can find a DVD player with DVD collection as well.
Enjoy this comfortable apartment if you would like to be in the middle of all – but also relax in this quiet home after a nice tour of Budapest.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Liszt Ferenc Airport 12 km, Nearest railway: Nyugati Pályaudvar 3 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, Double beds (1)|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Access||Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Central Hungary region
The landscape to the north of Budapest is shaped by the river and the hills. You can easily get out into the countryside
along the winding main road that follows the former Roman Limes, or by taking one of several cycling routes that are
being constructed. But the best way to appreciate the river and its sights is to board a boat travelling from Budapest
through the Szentendre Danube branch as far as Visegrád.
Szentendre (C/5)***, a pearl of the Danube Bend, can easily be reached on the “HÉV” train from Budapest’s Batthyány
Square. The green train carriages carry passengers between the capital and many smaller settlements
beyond. Many people live in these towns and villages and commute to work in Budapest.
As the narrow river valley broadens once more, you’ll arrive at one of the
most picturesque Danube settlements – the former capital of Hungary,
Visegrád (B/4)***. Here is the royal palace***, built in the 14th century by
King Charles Robert (Róbert Károly) and reconstructed in Renaissance style
in the 15th century by King Matthias. The palace remains in perfect condition,
and is famous throughout Europe. Fellegvár (Upper Castle) was built in the
13th century on the hill above Visegrád. It played an important role in the city’s
history at times of peace and war alike. You can enjoy the Danube Bend’s
most beautiful panorama*** from the terrace of the castle. The third part of
the monument complex is Solomon’s Tower, a residential fortifi cation built in
the 13th century; today it is a venue for exhibitions. Stay a little longer and pay
a visit to the Tourist Centre and Yurt Camp on Sibrik Hill, shoot down the
summer and winter bob-sleigh track, have a go at mini golf and join one of
the countless marked tourist paths. When there’s winter snow, grab your skis
and try the ski lift at the nearby Nagyvillám. The neighbouring Park Forest
of Pilis is an important hunting range, as well as being popular with hikers.
The stretch of the Danube Bend between Esztergom and Visegrád is one of the prettiest in the country. It took thousands
of years for the river to forge its way through the volcanic hills, today known as Visegrád Hill and Börzsöny Mountain,
forming an S-shaped valley as it did so. The area had already attracted prehistoric man, probably less for its panorama
than for its fertile ground. It is no coincidence that the conquering Hungarian tribes also chose this site for their fi rst
royal capital. Esztergom (A/4)*** is the “Cradle of Hungary”, its oldest city and its capital for 250 years.
Those living on the right-hand side of the Danube often say that the best thing about the left-hand side is the view
across to the other side of the river. It is true that there are no sights to compete with Visegrád or Esztergom on
the left side. However, it has worthy sights of a different sort – the Gödöllo Hills, Lower Cserhát and Galga
Valley, former volcanoes (South Börzsöny, Csovár), a limestone mine at Naszály, the Somlyó Hill of Fót (famous
for its grapes), Danube oxbows with wonderful fauna and even a slice of the Great Plain.
• it is the cultural, political and transportation centre of Hungary;
• it is built on both side of the Danube, the great European river that is
registered as a World Heritage panorama;
• nature is safeguarded in two national parks and a number of environmental
• it has represented a “multicultural Europe” for centuries – over 200
nearby villages are populated by Hungarians, Serbs, Slovaks and Germans
• it has a strong artistic and cultural heritage;
• there’s always something happening: festivals, concerts, theatre performances,
sports competitions, exhibitions, church events, wine celebrations
or handicraft fairs;
• there are many outdoor activities to enjoy: trekking, rock climbing, biking,
horse riding, golf, rowing, swimming, potholing or fl ying;
• its restaurants offer not only Hungarian cuisine – and wine and palinka
– but food from all over the world.
Don’t hesitate – come to Budapest, the centre of things!
There are many ways to explore the city. You can go sightseeing by bus,
boat or taxi. You could get a ride from a friend or take a long walk on foot.
However, a tram is an especially good option in Budapest. The Danube side
panorama*** can be best appreciated from tram No 2. Let’s board at the
Jászai Mari Square terminal on the Pest side of Margaret Bridge (avoiding
the morning or afternoon rush hours) and take a seat next to the window on
the right-hand side. We will soon arrive at Kossuth Square with its statues,
memorials and Parliament***, a huge palace in Neo-Gothic style. After
leaving the square, we’ll proceed to the Danube shore where we can admire
the panorama of Buda, with the churches of Víziváros (Water town) and
the Castle District, where the slim tower of Matthias Church reaches to the
skies. On the journey between the historical Chain Bridge*** and the modern
Elizabeth Bridge, you’ll see the impressive Castle Palace and Gellért Hill’s
steep wall of rock. The Saint Gellért Statue is perched on the side of the hill,
and above it sits the Citadel. At the southern foot of the hill, another amazing
structure, the Liberty Bridge, connects the two shores. We’ll alight from the
tram and walk over to the Hotel Gellért. Here we can refresh ourselves with
thermal water from the fountain beneath the cupola. On the opposite side of
the river, we can see Corvinus University’s Faculty of Economy and the
Central Market Hall*** with its colourful top.
Now let’s take tram No 19 towards Batthyány Square. Try to fi nd a seat on
the right-hand side of the tram for the best views of the Pest panorama,
with the Baroque towers of the Downtown Parish Church***, the hotels
on the Danube shore, the “Vigadó” building and the boats docking at the
riverside. We can see the Hungarian Academy of Science and the Secessionist-
style Gresham Palace, which now functions as a luxury hotel. At
the tram’s terminus, we can study the Parliament building up close, its
dome refl ected in the water, and stroll around the square before taking
the underground to Deák Square. From here, let’s take continental
Europe’s oldest underground train line (which has been running since
1896) to Andrássy Avenue and Heroes’ Square***. There are regular
stops at which we can emerge to enjoy some of the sights along the
Castle Hill*** deserves at least a full day. If you allow enough time, you can
visit the most important sights like Matthias Church***, the Fishermen’s
Bastion*** and the former Royal Palace***. However, we can also take
a walk around the narrow streets with their Baroque houses that were
originally built in medieval times. After stopping at the Telephone Museum
and exploring the Labyrinth, we can have an ice cream or a cake at the
traditional Ruszwurm Café.
To get a proper feel for the city’s colour and energy, we should take
tram Nos 4–6 and cross the 4km-long Great Boulevard (Nagykörút)
from Margaret Bridge to Petofi Bridge. If you prefer a less-conventional
form of transport, try taking the Funicular up Castle Hill, or go into the
Buda Hills via the Cogwheel Railway, the Chairlift or the Children’s
Railway. If you fancy travelling by water, we could take a boat trip
to Margaret Island***, one of the biggest parks in the city.
There are many cultural attractions for us to enjoy. The Museum
of Fine Arts*** and the Hungarian National Gallery*** have a
range of top-notch exhibitions, and there are many annual events
like the Spring and Autumn festivals, the Island Festival and the
Celebration of Crafts. Listen to a performance at the Opera House or
a concert at the Palace of Arts. Alongside the main venues, there are
a number of small theatres, stages, clubs and underground pubs. Liszt
Ferenc Square and Ráday Street are good places to start.
The city has some other rare and special features. It is, for example, the only
metropolis in the world where you’ll fi nd 80 hot-water springs. The thermal
water has been feeding spas here for almost 2,000 years. The Rudas***,
Király (Royal) and Császár (Imperial) spas – with their splendid cupolas
– are among the few surviving examples of Turkish architecture. The Neo-
Baroque Széchenyi Thermal Baths*** – located in City Park (Városliget)***
– is the biggest spa complex in Europe; however, you also shouldn’t miss
the Secessionist-style Gellért Baths***. There are many options for those
who prefer some active recreation. Armed with helmet and torch, you can
visit some dripstone and aragonite caves***; alternatively, you might take
a pleasant walk in the Buda Hills. There are several tourist trails and lovely
parks like Margaret Island, City Park and Shipyard (Hajógyári) Island. These
places can be reached on foot or along cycling routes. After you’ve strolled
in the parks, you can go shopping on Váci Street*** or at the Westend City
Center shopping hall. Finish the day off with a coffee at a café terrace or a
more substantial meal at one of the many enticing restaurants.
Build your perfect trip, with Holiday Lettings & TripAdvisor
Real opinions, real reviews
Genuine guest feedback from 100,000+ reviews
Quick response times
Know where you're staying within 24 hours
Safe, simple, secure
When you pay online with PayPal or by credit/debit card
Book with confidence
Pay online to be covered by Payment Protection
Guest reviewsPowered by TripAdvisor
Guest reviews no reviews
Guest reviews Powered by TripAdvisor
- 5 star
- 4 star
- 3 star
- 2 star
- 1 star
Very Good 4/5
Help other travellers decide where to stay
Add your voice to the conversation about this holiday home and your review will appear on TripAdvisor too.Write a review
2 Nov 2013
"Ideal Location, accomodations so-so"
Pros: This apartment is located on Vaci Street, which was ideal for walking to all the major sights and near restaurants and a bakery where we picked up pastries for breakfast every morning. The apartment fit our simple needs with a comfortable bed, small sitting area, small kitchen and bathroom, TV, free wi-fi. It's located on a central enclosed space between buildings, so it is very quiet. There was an entry to one other apartment from this area, but there was quite a bit of security to get to the apartment door, so it felt very safe. Cons: The washing machine was either broken or we weren't operating it correctly (because the instructions were in Polish) and half of the window coverings were not in optimal condition so, though the windows were covered, it made the place appear shabby. The ground floor entry is from a large, clean, concrete area hemmed in by buildings and this is the area the apartment windows look out on - no view. We are generally satisfied with simple, adequate accommodations, but if you want a little more comfort and some kind of view, I would not recommend this for you.
Hello, Thank you for your stay at my apartment and the review after. We are fixing the washing machine and put an English manual beside it. Sorry, but we thought that it has simple programs with different temperatures so everyone will find out which suits the best. The curtain is also fixed already. :) Best regards, Barbara
You're booking with
- 3 Years listed
10% Response rate
Calendar last updated:25 Sep 2015
Based in Hungary