My studio apartment is on the Pest side of Budapest. It is a 31m2 apartment, ideal for those in need of a quiet place to stay in. It can be accessed quite easily, via a five minute walk from the railway station, Keleti pályaudvar.
The apartment is on the second floor, opens onto a sunlit inner yardandis comprised of one room, complete with a separate, elevated floorsection providing extra space for a bed. The studio has a kitchen and a bathroom. Cars can be parked in the street, in front of the building. Parking rates on weekdays are HUF 175 per hour between 8.30 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. Parking is free after 6.00 p.m. and during the weekend.
The kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, a microwave oven, an electric kettle and other kitchenware needed for cooking.
Within a walking distance of around 3 minutes there are local food stores open 24 hours a day, snack bars, coffee shops, fast food restaurants (Burger King, McDonald’s etc.)
A good way of sightseeing from this centrally located apartment is to go for a walk. No need for public transport as visitor-friendly distances give you access to sights worth seeing. The Basilica and Váci utca, just off the river Danube, are both inner-city sights around 2.5 km (30 minutes) away. Other sights such as Andrássy út, the Opera House, the Music Academy, Király utca, the Book Palace or the Synagogue are also within walking distance. Equally within the inner-city radius are the City Park (Városliget), the Heroes’ Square (Hősök tere) and the Zoo.
Keleti Pályaudvar is a major junction in the city, offering easy access to public transport. Apart from two metro lines accessible from here (M4 and M2) other transport facilities (trolley bus and bus services) offer visitors a variety of options to reach specific destinationsin a matter of minutes.
I am available for advice to help you choose the best visitor’s pass for public transport.
Smoking is not allowed in the apartment. An ashtray has been provided near the apartment window for those who wish to smoke outside the flat. As noisy behaviour is not considered acceptable by other tenants and residents, known for their ‘resident watch’ approach to fellow residents and their properties, visitors are kindly requested to abstain from long and noisy chats on the corridor. At the same time, the apartment is not the right place for parties to be held.Visitors returning home late at night should bear in mind that the windows of apartments opening onto the yard tend to be open in the summer. Noisy chats should be avoided as they might disturb residents. Visitors are also required to handle with care all furniture in the apartment.