Upon entering the apartment a hall welcomes you from which the full bathroom and a washing room open. Continuing on you find the kitchen and dining area with plenty of space and ways to create even the most sumptous meal and spend it in style. Finally you will find the bedroom that have also a super cozy reading and entertainment (Smart TV!) corner for you to wind down after a long day exploring Budapest!Guest access
The entire space is included in this rental. Please, make yourself at home.Additional notes
If any problems arise, we will do our best to take action ASAP, but no one is living on-site 24/7.Guest interaction
We are ready to assist you whenever you need it, just reach out to us on Airbnb, you will get a very quick answer throughout the day. For emergencies we also have a 24/7 support line. We are here to help and will do our best to make your stay as excellent as possible!Neighborhood overview
You are in Budapest's best part, close to pretty much everything that matters.Getting around
You are right at the Opera house on Hungary’s Champs-Elysee, the beautiful Andrassy boulevard.
The Parliament and St. Stephen’s Cathedral are 10 minutes walk away.
Budapest's absolute center Erzsebet (Elisabeth) square, is also a five-minute walk.
The area around Erzsebet square is also a busy commercial area with the best bars, cafes, clubs, and quite a few great restaurants on one side and a shopping district with the famous walking street Vaci street on the other. The square is also sided with impressive buildings, including many luxurious hotels.
The Chain Bridge is 15 minutes away. At the Chain Bridge, you find the beautiful building of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Here is also, in my opinion, Budapest’s most beautiful building, the Gresham Palace, currently home to the Four Seasons Hotel. But along the bank of the Danube, there are many similarly beautiful buildings, so this promenade has the perfect scenery for leisurely or romantic walks.
The Old Jewish District, currently the Ruin Bar District, is the hippest area of Budapest and is 5 minutes away. The magnificent Dohany Street Synagogue, Europe's biggest and the World's second biggest, is a ten-minute walk, but you will also find a lot of other heritage-listed sites in this neighborhood that certainly deserve to partake in a walking tour around it.
The National Museum is a 15-minute walk.
But really, the list could go on and on. About 80% of any guidebook's content is within walking distance, while the rest is accessible by public transport very quickly.
Just hop on the historic Subway 1 on Andrassy boulevard, and you will be at Hero's square and the City Park in 10 minutes.
In about a 20-25 minute walk or 15 minutes by public transport, you can get to the Buda Castle area, which has some of the most fantastic tourist attractions, including the Fisherman’s Bastion, St. Mathias Church, and the Castle itself. On the route there, you will also cross the newly renovated Chain Bridge, originally built in the 19th century.
Within a ten-fifteen minute radius, you find several big plazas with grand spaces and breathtakingly beautiful architecture that is the hallmark of this neighborhood of Budapest. These plazas are free of traffic for the most part, so they can be a perfect venue to hang out or even have a picnic (although you will be tempted by the restaurants and cafes around, some of them are the best in Hungary).
A stop to Metro line 3 is 3 minutes away. A stop to the historical Metro line 1 is 5 minutes away. While a stop to Metro Line 2 is 10 minutes away. Several major bus lines have stops a few minutes away. And the 24/7 tram line 4-6 has also a stop 5 minutes walk away.