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Central Cozy Danube apartment

Entire apartment hosted by Balázs
6 guests2 bedrooms2 beds1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the apartment to yourself.
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Check yourself in with the lockbox.
Sparkling clean
3 recent guests said this place was sparkling clean.
Great location
100% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Chicy fully equipped apartment in the heart of district 5, few minutes from the parliament and the Danube river.
The neighborhood is very quiet and yet so close to many of the major tourist attractions like Budapest basilica, Budapest parliament,the famous Vaci utca street as well as few famous restaurants like Hungarian bistro, Trattoria Pomo D'Oro, Costes downtown and many more local pubs and cafes.
The red metro line is very close and you can also find tram lines number D11 and D12 close by.

The space
Two bedroom apartment with a big living room.
The apartment is located in a very quiet neighborhood and yet it's within a walking distance from many major tourist attractions.
The flat is fully equipped for up to 6 people with a modern American kitchen that includes, among other things, iron, toaster, kettle, microwave, an oven, a coffee machine and more. There is a comfortable shower with all of the essentials.
I also have a desk job, a good wifi connection and a flat tv + cables (:

Guest access
The whole apartment.
The apartment is very comfortable.
You will have full privacy.
You will have clean sheets + linen.
You will have clean towels.
You will have wifi.
You will have Cable TV
You will have a good time (:
Chicy fully equipped apartment in the heart of district 5, few minutes from the parliament and the Danube river.
The neighborhood is very quiet and yet so close to many of the major tourist attractions lik…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed
Common spaces
1 sofa bed

Amenities

Elevator
Wifi
Kitchen
Iron
Laptop-friendly workspace
Hangers
Hair dryer
Cable TV
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Location

Lipótváros, Budapest

The famous pedestrian shopping area, Váci Street cuts through district (5), with the Great Market Hall at its one end, and Vörösmarty tér on the other end, home to the annual Christmas Fair and Winter Festival.
Walk along Dunakorzó (Danube Promenade) and enjoy the beautiful vista of the Danube and the Castle Hill.
District V. has many hotels, most of them are luxury 5 star hotels.
They utilize the great location and the beautiful panorama of the Danube and Castle Hill.
The administrative center of whole Budapest is in District V., in Lipótváros part.
Duna Korzó(Danube Promenade)This part of the inner city was formed at towards the end of the 18th century when at the site of the present Szabadság tér the so-called Újépület (translates to New Building) was built.
The area between Újépület and the former inner city was named Lipótváros when II. Lipót was crowned in 1790.
Soviet War Memorial at Szabadság térThe square is part of a large-scale project the creation of Budapest's Main Street stretching from Kálvin tér to Szabadság tér and making the area partly free from heavy traffic.
Soviet War Memorial at Szabadság térThe square is part of a large-scale project the creation of Budapest’s Main Street stretching from Kálvin tér to Szabadság tér and making the area partly free from heavy traffic.
In 1897 Újépület was pulled down and the Szabadság Square was formed.
Kossuth Lajos Square with the Parliament building was also created during these years.
Today Szabadság tér is a lively place with lots of cafés and restaurants. The Soviet War Memorial dominates the northern end.
A unique interactive fountain is the highlight of the refurbishment program at the southern end of Szabadság tér, a nice offset to the rigid stone monument.
Lipótváros is also a business quarter with several major banks, government ministries and offices that flank the grandiose Budapest Parliament on Kossuth tér.
Budapest biggest church, St. Stephen’s Basilica (Szt. István Bazilika), also stands in this district.

St. Stephen Basilica illuminatedTIP: The plaza called Szent István tér is lined with trendy cafes (Starbucks, California Coffee Shop Co., Costes) and bistros (Akademia Italia, Bestia, 0,75 Wine Bar, DiVino Bazilika, Gelarto Rosa Ice Cream Shop & Cafe).
The square is a popular venue for events, like the
Advent Festival & Fair from late November till January, or
the Sweet Days Festival in September.
This is the heart of Pest embraced by two bridges; the Chain Bridge, Liberty Bridge and by Deák tér where 3 out of the 4 metro lines converge.
You’ll find many attractions here. Historic Pest was here, you can see remains of the city wall in Kecskeméti utca.
Apart from 5 star hotels, downtown Budapest offers some very nice apartments for rent too, which is a good alternative over staying in a hotel.
Tram 2 - along the Danube in Pest
Tram 2 – along the Danube in Pest
You can get to and travel within the area by several public transport services.
All three Budapest metro lines have stations in the district.
Tram No. 2 runs along the Pest side of the Danube and perfect for a city sightseeing.
Restaurants in the Inner City (District V.)

The city centre of Budapest has many eateries ranging from gourmet places like the Michelin-star Onyx (part of the Gerbeaud House) at Vörösmarty tér.
The famous pedestrian shopping area, Váci Street cuts through district (5), with the Great Market Hall at its one end, and Vörösmarty tér on the other end, home to the annual Christmas Fair and Winter Festival…

Hosted by Balázs

Joined in April 2016
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  • Language: English
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House rules
Check-in: After 1:00 p.m.
Checkout: 10:00 a.m.
Self check-in with lockbox
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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