Serviced Apartments in Historic BudapestJody Houton
Serviced apartments are a great way of having a home away from home. HotelTravel.com has a wide variety of trendy and fun serviced apartments in Budapest to choose from, which can be a great base from which to explore both the city. There is a lot to take in here, ranging for historical sights and architecture, to quality nightlife the local parks.
All 4U Apartments Budapest is for those who don’t want to compromise on location or reasonable rates. The apartments are in a great spot and within walking distance of some of the city’s most popular tourist attractions like the renowned shopping and leisure area, Vaci Utca. It is a pleasant area even if you just want to relax in a cafe or do some window shopping. As the central metro station (Deak ter) is just 200 metres away, the whole city is within easy reach. A popular activity among the young visitors and locals in Budapest is to go on a ‘ruin pub crawl’ where you can combine drinking with exploring some of the architectural ruins and learning the history of the city.
Maverick Hostel & Ensuites is another great choice for those who want to be in the real heart of the city while not paying too much for accommodation. In Budapest, sometimes it’s the travelling that is the most fun part of exploring. There are certainly no shortage of fun ways to see the city, including the specially-designed bringohinto (bike carriages) which can carry up to six people and can be ridden around Margaret Island park and City Park. There’s also the fun and eco-friendly Riksa – electric rickshaws – that offer tours around the city.
Millennium Court Apartments (Millennium Court Budapest Marriott Executive Apartments) offer a level of luxury and amenities that represent true value for money. Explore the nearby attractions of Chain Bridge, Buda Castle and the Hungarian Parliament or head further afield and combine fun with learning about local history and Budapest's socialist political history at the Memento Statue Park. This theme park with a difference contains one the world’s largest collection of communist monuments, statues and artwork that were removed from the streets after the fall of the Iron Curtain.