Holiday Apartments in Budapest
What our Budapest guests say
Centrally located apartment. Great position. Lovely and warm in this cold weather. A little dated but very comfortable. Michael v helpful in arranging transfer
Stayed 13—18 Dec 2014 in:
Central Apartment With Amazing V...
Gabi was a wonderful host, really helpful and made sure we felt at home. The apartment is stunning, very modern and comfortable with everything you could need.
Stayed 11—16 Dec 2014 in:
Downtown Studioapartment Novak W...
excellent house in the center and really cheap. the landlord was fantastic helping us in every situation. really really good!!
Stayed 11—14 Dec 2014 in:
Fabulosus Apartment City Centre+...
Accommodation in Budapest - Travel Guide
Where to stay in Budapest
When choosing accommodations in Budapest, holiday apartments are an authentic, cost-effective alternative to more expensive hotels. HouseTrip offers a number of quality self-catering holiday apartments in Budapest that you can easily and securely book online in as few as six clicks. From compact, affordable studios great for couples to large apartments ideal for families and groups of friends, you are sure to find many great holiday apartments in Budapest that are exactly what you are looking for. The affordable price of our holiday apartments in Budapest make them excellent options for those who would prefer not to spend too much but nevertheless insist on comfort and style.
When to go to Budapest
One of the sunniest cities in Europe, Budapest enjoys a surprisingly high number of sunshine hours each year. As such, holiday apartments in Budapest - as well as holiday villas in Budapest for those who want to spend a little more - are wonderful accommodation options all year round. That being said, April to September is the best time to rent holiday apartments in Budapest if you want to take advantage of the temperatures. Holiday apartments in Budapest are also great places to stay in the winter, especially if you plan on taking advantage of the many spas throughout the Hungarian capital.
Getting to and around Budapest
Most tourists with holiday apartments in Budapest fly to the city via flights to Ferihegy International Airport. You can also take the train to Budapest from cities such as Prague, Vienna, or Munich. Once in Budapest, holiday apartments are easy to get to via public transport, and once you have dropped your luggage off you can stroll to the many cultural and historic sites in Budapest. Holiday apartments located outside the city centre are still close to the public transport, and Budapest is also a bike-friendly city. Those who prefer can also get around town by taxi, and the prices for taxis are relatively inexpensive.
The capital of Hungary, Budapest is a worthy addition to any European traveller's bucket list. With over 20 million tourists visiting each year, this charming destination is really two cities in one: historic Buda on the Danube's west bank and modern Pest on the east bank. Start your day off with a good breakfast in one of our comfortable and fully equipped holiday apartments and holiday cottages in Budapest before heading out to the historic Castle Hill. While at Castle Hill be sure to take in the incredible views from Fisherman's Bastion, the art of the National Gallery and the beautiful Royal Palace. If staying in one of our Budapest holiday apartments on the Buda side of the city, you can get to Pest via the picturesque Chain Bridge, then make your way to see the neo-gothic splendour of the Parliament Building, the towering dome of St. Stephen's Basilica and the poignant Great Synagogue and Jewish Museum. Without a doubt, a walk in just about any direction will reveal stunning architectural works from a wide variety of centuries and styles.Relaxation and cuisine in Budapest
If all that sightseeing has you beat, relax and unwind in a famous Budapest public bath, the most popular of which is Gellért. Though the public baths are particularly enjoyable during the colder winter months, a trip to the baths is a must for every tourist who visits the Hungarian capital. Hungary also boasts many delicious national dishes, which you can try in one of the many restaurants that dot the city. Try a hearty bowl of paprika (paprika stew) or gulyas (goulash), often served with a side of nokedli, or dumplings. If you choose self-catering holiday apartments in Budapest, you can also take advantage of the city's fabulous food markets, including the Great Market Hall, otherwise known as Central Market Hall. Located at the Pest end of Liberty Bridge, stocking up on gourmet delights from the Great Market Hall means you will save money by cooking in one of our holiday apartments in Budapest and also get to experience a true taste of local life.Going out in Budapest
Many tourists who book holiday apartments in Budapest like to explore the city's nightlife. The city is home to numerous clubs, lounges and bars, many of which serve top-quality local wines. No matter what music style you prefer, you can dance the night away before heading home for a good night's rest in one of our Budapest holiday apartments. No matter what brings you to the city, Budapest is sure to be a place where unforgettable memories are made.
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