You just can't get closer to the center. Street market next door, vibrating nightlife all around. Europe's no1 synagogue, the city's main transport station are 2 mins. All-day sunshine and silence make this 70 sqm flat absolutely unique in the erea.
I pay you a drink if you show me a brighter and quieter place in this area.
There're two separated bedrooms each about 20sqm (215 sqft) with a huge door beetwen the two. (Check out the plan draw among the pix). You can open it and have a big common flat or keep it closed if you want privacy. There is a separated small bedroom too wich is out of use at the moment.
Kitchen - dining room is also about 20sqm, a comfortable common place for up to 6 people.
The house itself is one of the very last in downtown Budapest where residents are not foreigners and especially not high class locals. Most of them are not even middle class. It makes a very authentic atmosphere, absolutely typical in other districts but not in the very heart of the popular downtown area. At the same time conditions of the house are quite low, esspecialy at the entrance and the stairs. The flat could be more modern as well. Actually it's a bit rough.
The house is safe and the flat is clean but doesn't give a very elegant or hightech feeling. I love it and feel homesick since left it and most of my guests loved it too. On the other hand some of them felt uncomfortable and I couldn't help on it.
Accès des voyageurs
Bed sheets, towels, kitchen and bath essentials, wifi are parts of the rent.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
You can call me anytime - and please dont hesitate to do so if I can help you in anything.
Most of the time I stay in Budapest. I live in central Buda and the apartment you rent is in downtown Pest, so most likely I can be there in half an our.
Ibolya, the neighbour who helps me runing the flat is always there to help you. Unfortunately she speaks only Hungarian, but calls me and conect the two of us if you need fleunt English.
1. Have a very nice time!
2. Please dont smoke inside the apartment. You find an ashtrate outdoor in the corridor.
3. You can probably see some homeless in the streets. You have to know that they're not only poor and socially marginalized as usual but also the victims of some discriminativ anti-homeless rule of the rightwing Hungarian power. Please give them a coin if you can. (Food, cigaret and bus ticket are also on their whistlist).