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Holiday rental apartments in Budapest

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Studio apt. in the cultural heart of the city -"B"
Entire rental unit · 2 guests · 2 beds · 1.5 bathrooms

Studio apt. in the cultural heart of the city -"B"New, modern and comfortable apartment in a quiet and friendly, patinated downtown house. In the city center, in the most exciting quarter, 1 minute from Andrássy Avenue, on Király street. All of the party places (Gozsdu, Szimpla, Liszt Ferenc, Deák square) are within a few minutes walk. There are plenty of shops within a few steps, the Music Academy, Market Hall, parking garage right in the neighbour. Opera Metro station is 2 minutes walk, a trolleybus stop just at the entrance of the building.

Urban oasis in the centre of BP
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Entire rental unit · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom

Urban oasis in the centre of BPWe pay special attention to cleaning and disinfection. We provide masks and disinfectants for the guests. Modern designed, renovated, cozy apartment (41sqm) located in the centrum, perfect for visiting the most famous spots of Budapest. The flat is fully equipped (with A/C, WIFI, TV) suitable for up to 4 people.

Modern home in the city centre
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Entire rental unit · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom

Modern home in the city centreLive like a local citizen! The studio apartment is our own flat, what we started listing on airbnb in 2014. During this time, we learnt a lot from our guests, and we're always improving something in the apartment. The building is historic, approximately 150 years old. But the flat is modern, and was recently renovated. It is situated in the city centre, so you can reach everything within a few steps. We're looking forward to welcome you!

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  • Kitchen
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  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Lofts in Budapest

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Hidden Loft Yellow next to main railway station
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City center Hideaway modern stylish apartment
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NEW Naturalistic Design Apartment
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♥Romantic Deluxe Studio in the City's Epicenter♥
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Bask in Sunlight at a Rustic Abode in the Soho of Budapest
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Downtown Minimal Design Home of Presence with Loft Bedroom
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NEW Luxury Stylish Studio
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NEW Gorgeous Very Central Apartment
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Central Studio Apartment + AC
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Pick a Place on the Map at a Blue-hued City Hideaway
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New Sunny Loft at the Heart of Budapest
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K27 Industrial Loft | City center | A/C | NEW

Pet-friendly apartments

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Fantastic Apt in the city center!(Jókai Str10)
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Stylish boho chic home in the downtown area
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Supreme Location★Chic Boutique Apt★Marvelous View★
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Historic and Newly Renovated Apartment in Heart of the City
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A9🍀 2 BR• Astoria•🏛•Palace Quarter
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Cozy Home Csengery in the Heart of Budapest
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Perfect Location+FREE parking+AC+Cozy Apartmant
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☀️Outside lounge☀️A/C☀️70sqm☀️quiet flat+garage☆
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New*Quiet*PERFECT LOCATION*A/C*Cosy*DOB Str*Nice
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Lovely flat near the Heroes' Square/AC
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Best location to see everything in Budapest
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Modern boho chic home in the heart of Budapest

Apartments with kitchens

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Modern 1BR Ap ★ Lovely interior ★ Prime location
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The Csanyi Studio- Design Apartment in the Center
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Design Studio at the ruin pubs
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Central Park apartment
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Johnny's Apartment Keleti
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Modern flat in a historical building.
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Lovely studio on 'Pest Broadway'
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Pearl in the heart of the city (A/C+Netflix)
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On the Broadway of Budapest
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COMPACT tiny apartment (15 sqm) in the center
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In the heart of Budapest.
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Riverside Red, 5th district

Top-rated things to do in Budapest

Unique activities hosted by local experts vetted for quality

  • Chairlift to highest point of the city
    We will meet in the city center at Batthyány tér and we will go using my van to the hills of Buda. I will take you up the hill and then we will be using a unique way of transportation which is only known by the locals and this is the chairlift. When we get to the top of the hill we will have to hike a 15 minutes to reach the highest point of Budapest where there is the Elisabeth Lookout Tower is where we will spend half an hour and you will enjoy a breathtaking scenery and the best view over the whole city. Here you will have the opportunity to take photos from the top. János hill is the highest point in Budapest 529 meter. Travelling by chairlift a 20 minute ride up and down will be an unforgettable experience. IN THE SUMMER when the temperature is hot water and sport drink will be provided free of charge during the tour. Other things to note We will use the chairlift on the picture,trip 20 minutes each way. It is a real an experience and you will absolutely enjoy the view from the lookout tower.
    From Price:£31/person
  • Budapest Historic and Cultural Tour
    Discover the beautiful capital of Hungary on this half-day walking tour and explore the must see sights of Budapest with a local licensed personal guide! The aim of this tour is to provide you an enjoyable, informative journey which give you a general overview of the Hungarian history, culture, arts, traditions, gastronomy. . . and make you get a glance into the daily life. Let's explore Budapest together! Other things to note The date and time can be modified according to what is suitable for you and fit your schedule! Discount for groups and families!
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  • Photoshoot with a backpack / solotravels
    I don't want that you just hire a photographer, I want that you meet a local friend. :D I'd love to show you around in my beautiful city and share our history through the best scenic spots in Budapest. Don't worry about doing selfies during your holiday I'm here to give you a hand as a fashion photographer. After the session you will know how to pose naturally and look stylish on every photo. If you don't believe me look at the reviews, all were written by beautiful and wonderful people! // I do also session for couples: Memories of Budapest - couple photoshooting / https://www.airbnb.hu/experiences/1037505 _____________________ I highly recommend the historical side to catch the best travel pictures of you, so we will visit the following spots on this experience: Fisherman's Bastion
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  • TOURS IN THE LONGEST CAVE OF BUDAPEST
    We created this tour to show a very unique place for those who are ready to make efforts off the beaten track! We will visit a natural labyrinth system – a 3 dimensional playground, where we will often have to clamber up steep walls and creep through narrow passages. Prepare yourself for something active! - We will meet up near the cave (30-45 minutes from the city by bus, still in the residential Budapest) - You can change your clothes at the changing room, and we will give you the necessary equipment. - We will spend 2,5-3 hours under the ground. We will discover a small part of a 30 km long multi-level labyrinth system. As the cave is practically a maze with a network of passages, we can always find the path which fits your level of fitness. In means that we can do a relatively easy tour (still challenging), or an „adrenaline-pumping” tour - it’s up to you! - The tour is very interactive with a friendly atmosphere and English-speaking expert hosts. - It’s a perfect occasion to meet new people and maybe make new frindships - as there will be situations where cooperation makes your way easier. - After the tour you can chill at the moody beer terrace of the cave. Other things to note This is NOT an outdoor experience, it doesn't depend on the weather. Age limit: 10-55 years. No prior experience of caving needed. It is an active tour so we don't suggest it to very overweight people
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  • Photo Shoot in Budapest & city tour
    You deserve more than selfies, while being in Budapest! Enjoy the moment, leave the rest to the professional. I show you around some of the most iconic spots, while taking candid portraits of you. Besides the photos you get: -a friendly local telling stories and facts about the city -insight to the Budapest life through a local's point of view -tips for your stay Hence it's more than a photo shoot, it's rather a travel experience. I do my photo shoots in a calm and friendly manner. I prefer to have chats along the way rather than to simply take shots and leave. Why chatting? The more I know about you, the more I can tell YOUR own story through the photos. Obviously I give instructions, but instead of posing hard I let you be yourself. This way you will feel at your ease, so you can just shine on your photos. However I also share some hints&tips on posing, so you'll be prepared and practiced for your future photo shoots! PLEASE READ THE FULL DESCRIPTION BEFORE BOOKING. "Guest requirements" (bottom of this page) also contains important information. Any questions? Drop a line. Any doubts? Read over 200 reviews left by other travellers. Ready for an original experience? Then leave your selfie-stick, forget chasing strangers and let me capture your Budapest memories. Solo and couple travellers! Book private to get more photos! (details below) Hope to meet you soon! :) Other things to note Please note, as it's an outdoor activity, it might be rescheduled/canceled in bad weather conditions, e.g. heavy rain or wind. No extra costs!
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Your guide to Budapest

Welcome to Budapest

Irresistible romance and fin-de-siècle flights of fancy: These are the hallmarks of Budapest’s mesmeric beauty. Its historical legacy ornaments either side of the Danube, linked by four elegant and beautifully illuminated bridges. To the west, the hilltop Buda Castle looks down over the medieval quarter; and to the east, the domed Parliament building fringes the Pest riverbank. You can’t help but marvel at the tremendous range of the city’s 19th-century architecture, from the Renaissance-style opera house and the Moorish Revival synagogue to the Neoclassical basilica of St Stephen and the Romanesque Fisherman’s Bastion.

And when you’re done, there’s no better place to relax than at one of Budapest’s many thermal baths. More than 100 springs bubble from beneath these streets. For a taste of the vibrant local life (not to mention exquisite cuisine), check out the three-story Great Market Hall, or the romkocsmák (or ruin pubs) that pop up in abandoned buildings.


How do I get around Budapest?

Budapest International Airport (BUD) is only 10 miles from the city centre, connected by an airport minibus. Or a 20-minute journey by public bus will deposit you at the nearest metro station. Taxis and car hire are available at the airport. If you’re travelling from within Europe, you don’t need to fly at all — 25 of the continent’s capital cities have train connections to Budapest. It’s easy, and generally preferable, to get around the city without a car. The excellent public transport system includes a metro as well as suburban trains, and a large bus network. Trams and trolleybuses can be the most scenic way to get between the sights, not to mention the four boat lines that will take you up and down the river. Cycling is another option, with plenty of bikeshare docking stations, as well as electric scooter hire.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Budapest?

Budapest is at its best in summer, when the sunshine and warm temperatures encourage everyone into the city’s beer gardens (kertek). The months of June to August are crammed with outdoor events and performances, from the traditional St Stephen’s Day celebrations to the Sziget Festival, which takes place on an island in the middle of the river. The bright but crisper days of spring and autumn can be a good time to enjoy the sights with a bit more breathing room; many kertek open from March or April, which is also the time of the two-week Budapest Spring Festival. Ultimately, this lively city has plenty happening all year, and while things do get quieter in winter — when the snow falls and the cold really settles in — its white Christmases can be a magical draw.


What are the top things to do in Budapest?

Gellért Hill

Getting less attention than Castle Hill, this 771-foot-high lump of dolomite is a fantastic viewing spot and boasts its own historic landmarks, including the Citadella, a mid-19th-century fortress, and the Liberty Monument. Wander south and you’ll find Bartók Béla út, the student neighbourhood and increasingly trendy hangout.

Margaret Island

This island retreat, 1.5 miles end to end, is reached by the Árpád and Margaret bridges. It’s dotted with beautiful gardens and quirky attractions, including 13th-century church ruins, an Art Nouveau water tower, and adventure pools.

Kőbánya cellars

You’ll need a guide to explore the extraordinary subterranean system of tunnels beneath the city’s 10th district. They have been here since the Middle Ages, when limestone was quarried to build the city. The deep white-walled caverns have also served as wine cellars and breweries through the ages, before aircraft engines were built here during World War II.

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