Apartment with private parking, a must if you are driving. ROYAL PALACE you can find it in the District 2 area of Budapest. If you like staying in the very city centre, this is your apartment. You've got everything: relatively close to center and away from the noise. If you are one of those who cannot live without Internet, don't worry, ROYAL PALACE includes wifi.
It has two bedrooms each with one double bed and one living-room with a pull-out sofa bed that is comfortable also for 2 persons (bed linen included in the price. There is also a HI-FI system. Internet (with cable) is free of charge. This apartment has also an equipped kitchen (fridge, microwave, electric oven, toaster, plates, cutlery, etc.) with a dining table. The bathroom has a shower, hair dryer, towels, iron with ironing board and a washing machine.
The second district is located on Buda side in the green area of Budapest right next to the Danube riverside and the Margharet Island. Only a few minutes distance on the Margharet Island you can find lot of sport activity like: tennis, golf, swimming pool, thermal bath, bike hire or you can take a nice boat cruise around Budapest or the other islands of Budapest. sightseeing of Budapest only a short distance even by walk The Royal Palace, gothic Matthias Church , Royal Library , Fisherman Bastion ( from where you can have an amazing view) Thanks to the central location you can reach all other part of Budapest easily by metro or by tram or by bus which also work at night too.
Public transport: bus stops near by. Easily accessible with the night service as well.
Languages: Deutsch, English, Español, Français
About: My name is Christian Szabó, a singer, songwriter and the founder of Christone. Ever since I was a child I have felt that music is the real world for me though I have come to know I could not ignore what grown-ups consider important in life. So I started searching for an activity where my creativity could be combined with professional skills so while playing music throughout my high school and college years I remained focused on my studies and eventually graduated as an economist. Compulsory college internship took me first to Monaco. Then I was given the opportunity to live, study and play music in clubs and bars around Paris. My stay in the French capital meant a lot to me in many aspects. It allowed me to improve my language skills (among other things, a 3-month training that I attended at the University of Sorbonne), get to know a lot of people with different national and cultural backgrounds and learn much more about music. The experiences I gained during those years partly thanks to my journeys to countries like Spain, Brazil made me much more open-minded and I got ever more eager to become a resident of what we call the global village. After I came home to Budapest (Hungary) I felt the need to improve my professional skills as a musician. I was very lucky to find a tutor whose name is Betty Balássy. Ever since we started to work together I have been benefiting from her experience and invaluable pieces of advice. She is the one who also features on my first album as a vocalist. I owe a lot to other professional musicians who encouraged and helped me record my first songs. The latest idea I have been working on with some friends of mine is to launch a project which will involve anyone who is a great fan of music no matter where they live. For details see ‘world music project’.