We own an extra nice, Art Deco-furnished 2-bedroom apartment, located in Buda side of Budapest, on the border of the 3rd and 2nd districts, close to Margaret Island, the Castle district and several Thermal Baths. This area is called 'Obuda' (means Old Buda Town).
• Two bedrooms + living room + dining room + separate kitchen + two balconies + bathroom + separate toilet.
• 78m² (840ft²).
• The master bedroom (18 m²) has a balcony overlooking a quiet garden, with chairs for your morning coffee.
• The second bedroom (6 m²) is also on the calm garden-side.
• Has a friendly and bright living room (20 m²) with a sofa, opening to a double-bed and a second balcony over the quiet street.
• Separate fully equipped kitchen with dining area for 4 people.
• The Art Deco dining-room (12 m²) seats 6 people.
• Bed linen, towels are furnished. Extra towels are available for your bath visits!
• Washing machine, satellite TV (Astra and Hotbird with 400+ international channels), DVD, Hi-Fi, high-speed Internet connection with WiFi, books, guides, maps, etc. on Budapest and two bikes are available.
• Has central heating with thermostat.
• Bauhaus building, 2nd floor, no elevator.
• Has excellent public transport links to everywhere you need to go: H5 Szentendre-HEV, tramway #17, buses #29, #86, #109, #206, #160, #260.
• The neighboring area is famous for its restaurants (e.g. Sipos Fish Restaurant, Zöld Kapu, Kerék etc.).
In a 10-minute walk you can reach Kolosy ter market -- fresh fruits and vegetables! --, about 30 restaurants, the best confectionery in Budapest called Daubner, a secure playground for kids, a 0-24 fitness centre, several groceries and a supermarket called Uj Udvar. Lukacs Thermal Bath is just a few steps away from Art Deco Apartment.
OBUDA is the oldest part of Budapest situated in Buda. District 3 lies on the ruins of the huge, ancient military camp of Roman legionaries called Acquincum, the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire in continental Europe. Consequently, several amphitheatres and artifacts have been unearthed here. Medieval Obuda used to be a suburb filled with silk refineries and boat factories, forming part of Budapest by the time of its unification in 1873. Obuda was inhabited mostly by German-speaking Swabian farmers, and, because of its village-like atmosphere, was a favorite place of the petite bourgeoisie of Pest for outings.
The “Central Park” of Budapest, MARGARET ISLAND is next door! The island is mostly covered by landscape parks and is a popular recreational area. Its medieval ruins are reminders of its importance in the Middle Ages as a religious center. The island is completely free from traffic. It is a brilliant environment for jogging, biking and walking.
BUDA CASTLE is the historical castle complex of the Hungarian kings, first completed in 1265. It was built on the southern tip of Castle Hill, surrounded by what is known as the Castle District, famous for its Medieval, Baroque and 19th century living quarters and public buildings. Buda Castle is part of the Budapest World Heritage Site.
If you spend time in Budapest, at least a part of it should be at the soothing THERMAL SPRING BATHS. The Romans reaped the health benefits of hot springs here, but it was during the 16th and 17th century Turkish occupation that the bath culture was developed. Some of these spas are still in operation today. The Király and the Rudas are the finest examples.
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