Our apartment is in a historic building in Budapest, close to the city centre.
Our apartment is situated in a central location, a short walk from Heroes Square, Andrassy Avenue.
The Lake Balaton, the biggest sweetwater lake of Europe 2 hours from the apartment)
Apartment flat in Budapest, 5-minutes-walk from the Heroe's square. 3 separate bedrooms, big dinig room, with equipped kitchen, 2 bathrooms. Max. 6+2 persons can be accommodated. Cars can park on the street by the house, available free parking place. Shops, restaurants, bars and pubs are also close to the apartment. Budapest also has several world heritage sites, including the Danube, the Buda Castle, Andrassy Avenue, Heroes' Square and the Millennium Underground Railway, the second oldest in the world after London. Our apartment was built between 1896-1898 in a historic building. The building was built by a wealthy bourgeois family in Budapest. From the inner courtyard ther is an intimate insight into the past centuries bourgeois atmosphere of downtown Budapest. There are lots of attractions for tourists in this district, for examples: Gozsdu Udvar, New York Palota, Synagogues, theaters, churches, high-quality restaurants, bars, nightlife. The area has excellent public transportation, parking at the apartment is free. Keleti Train Station is 900 meters from the hotel, Budapest Liszt Ferenc Airport is 16 km away. Significant tourist destinations are the beautiful bridges of the Danube and spas, since Budapest has the most spas as a capital. Here you will find even the world's largest thermal water cave system, the biggest synagogue in Europe (the Dohany Street) and the Hungarian Parliament, which is the world's third largest parliamentary building and the current home the Holy Crown. According to 1.3 million travel reviews by Condé Nast Traveler, the influential American magazine "Budapest is the second best city in the world. The Hungarian capital is also one of Europe's 10 most popular shopping cities, according to the Economist magazine's research, as in Central and Eastern Europe Budapest has the most shopping centers.