About this listing
You travel for business or for pleasure? My place will be a great choice if you are looking for a bright, tidy flat with high speed wifi, in a walking distance from the main attractions of the city. Restaurant, gym, grocery store next to the door.
A very bright residence in the coolest district of Budapest (Pest Side) with proper high speed wifi connection, on the 3rd floor of a historic building with a lovely balcony
1 step from:
Parliament, Synagogue, National Museum, Szechenyi thermal bath, Kiràly thermal bath, Heroes Square, Andrassy street, Museum of Fine Arts, St Stephen’s Basilica, planty of restaurants, ruin pubs, teahouses
In the neighborhood:
exchange offices, ATM, non stop supermarkets, shopping malls, laundry, covered and safe parking, pharmacy, gym, hairdresser
The spaces in the flat are:
living room with kitchenette, pull out sofa bed, TV, wardrobe; bedroom with double bed; bathroom with shower; toilet
-Kitchenette with fridge, stove, microwave, coffee maker, tea maker, toaster, pots, plates, glasses and dishes
-Basic ingredients: olive oil, vinegar, salt, pepper, sugar and café
-TV with channels in English, Italian, German, etc..
-Iron and ironing board
-Bed linen and towels
-Cleaning service for long term guest
Details of the internet connection:
upload: 50Mb/sec, download : 10Mb/sec, ping 10-15
Interaction with Guests
I am always available for my guests
I love my neighborhood because it is full of historic buildings so you can really smell history everywhere. At the same time you can find planty of young styled stores, bars, restaurants.
If u like getting around the city by public transportation, a useful info that you will stay in a very well connected area with metro M3, M1; tram 4 and 6; nightbuses
Please be respectful with the neighbors.
Please smoke outside, on the balcony.
I grew up in Budapest, but in my early twenties i moved to Italy because of my studies. I had lived 2 years in Rome and 4 in Milan. Even though I was - and I am still - falling in love with the Italian language, culture and peolpe, in 2013 I decided to come back and live again in Budapest. This is one of the most vibrant european capitals for the moment. I really love to live here and show all the beauties of my city to the foreigners coming to visit.
I love travelling, eating, and cooking. I do believe that the best way to get to know another culture is tasting their food and getting lost in their places with a camera.
As a host I want my guests to enjoy a lot their staying in Budapest and so I am always at their disposal for good advises on where to eat/drink/dance and so on :)
"Live slow die old" - Please don't worry if I reply you in 1 day and not 1 minute..