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Cozy, spacious apartment for couples and friends in the heart of the city. In a centennial Budapest townhouse located at the heart of vibrant, dynamic Király street. Perfect apt if you want to see the city. Five minutes from the party district.
Luxury apartment in the heart of Budapest. Central but quiet. You’ll stay in an original local home, nicely furnished in the Budapest style. The windows overlook a quiet empty lot that makes the apartment nice and sunny and keeps street noise away. The flat is located in Király street, the most exciting area in town. You’ll be close to everything you must see in the city. You’ll be next to the “Hungarian Champs-Élysées”, the famous Andrássy Avenue. Heroes’ Square, the Jewish district, the House of Terror Museum, Liszt Ferenc square with all the restaurants are all within walking distance. Or take a break from sightseeing in Széchenyi Spa Bath, one of Europe’s largest spas, located a few minutes from the apartment. If you want to go see a show “Hungarian Broadway”, Nagymező street, or if partying is more your style, feel the moment in the nightlife district, both just 15 minutes’ walk from the apartment.
Zugang für Gäste
This well-located apartment comfortably sleeps up to four guests. It has a fully equipped, modern kitchen, a huge living room with a pull-out sofa bed, a bedroom with a double bed, one bathroom with a shower and a toilet and another half-bathroom (toilet and sink). And families are welcome.
Interaktion mit Gästen
The owner does not live on site but is available 24/7. You’ll get the key by appointment.
Please be quiet after 10PM because the neighbors may complain. Smoking is prohibited at the residential areas like courtyard/staircase
I’m a film production manager and a sociologist. My job as well as my passion is to watch and make films. My hobbies are communication in any form, having exciting conversations with my friends, meeting strangers, observing and participating in all kinds of communities. I like going out, partying, listening to music and above all, cooking. The food we prepare for one another is the most sincere caring and inviting other people to our home is the deepest trustingness. Ever since I can remember, I wanted to live in Budapest; I love its romanticism, its diversity, and the river that connects its two parts. This vivid city is full of wonderful buildings, treasured spas, breathtaking galleries, thrilling concert places and lots of vibrating pubs. But it wouldn’t be so lovable without its funny, nice and hospitable people.