Budapest Hostels Central - online booking for hostels in Budapest
Budapest Hostels Central is the place where you can find information about hostels in Budapest and other types of accommodation, make an online booking for the accommodation of your choice, and find useful information for your trip to Budapest.
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Address: Budapest Iranyi utca 1 - Budapest, Hungary
This hostel has the best location in town in the heart of Budapest's historical center, amazingly located at only a few meters walk to A Great Budget Choice!!! Enjoy the privacy of your own room at dormitory price. Going to the street you find outside restaurants the favourit ...more info >>
Address: Bécsi u. 2. - Budapest, Hungary
All- Central Hostel is located In the heart of Budapest, next to the Deák Ferenc Square, and in the middle of Váci street and Fashion street, we are waiting our Guests 365 days in a year Our hostel is a perfect choice for guest who like to visit the best party areas discos and ...more info >>
Budapest is one of the most beautiful and charming European capitals. It is a border area between the East and the West, crossed by the most famous river of the continent, the Danube, which, even if it is probably not as blue as it used to be, still makes a great sight from the numerous bridges crossing it. The Danube divides the city in its two main parts, Buda on top of the hill, and Pest in the plains, which until mid 19th century used to be two separate cities altogether.
The city has a complex, varied beauty, with buildings in various styles, many of which are relatively recent due to the frequent destructions the city has undergone. The architectural styles are a peculiar mixture of eastern and western influences, while the most interesting buildings are probably those in the peculiar Hungarian art nouveau style.
Budapest is also a great place to have fun: there are a lot of bars, clubs, and elegant, albeit affordable, cafés; there’s a wide choice of food and drink (beer is generally good and always very cheap), and the city’s cultural occasions are many, for every taste. So, get ready for a fine trip to the city that’s been often called "the Paris of the East"!