Last Minute Andrassy Apartment Budapest
Official Contact Details - Last Minute Andrassy Apartment BudapestPhone: +36 30 4994492
Lovely apartment 40 m2 located in a quiet, historical building ( UNESCO protected)in the very centre of downtown Budapest - literally a stone's throw from Hosok tere, in the famous Andrassy ut.
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Last updated: 03/08/2010
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Lovely apartment 40 m2 located in a quiet, historical building in the very centre of downtown Budapest - literally a stone's throw from Hosok tere, in the famous Andrassy ut.
Facilities: TV with DVD and satellite , internet access,central Heating with instant hot water - coupled with traditional gas heaters, modern, fully equipped kitchen for self-catering, including gas cooker, bathroom with washing machine, bedroom with new double bed, living-room with new large sofa which pulls out for additional sleeping for two people and with dining table to seat up to 4 pers.
Whether you are coming to Budapest for holiday or to do business, these flat will be ideal for you. It's central, cheap and homely! No need to stay in cheesy hotels and dubious accommodations. Please give us a call or drop an email and we will get back to you within a couple of hours.
English, Spanish, French speaking owners}
39 Euro / night/ apartment 30 Euro till 20th December
60Euro from 21th of December till 5th of January
Location & area
Museum of Fine Arts (District 14, Heroes Square)
The building borders the square from the left. It was finished in 1906 and displays a foreign art collection including a modern section. The Spanish collection is quite significant and strong, especially El Greco's paintings are often referred to in this context. The Flemish and Dutch graphical material is also significant. The museum is open until 10 p.m. on Thursdays. Its renovation has been constantly ongoing since the second world war. (Further information:
Mûcsarnok Art Hall (District 14, Heroes Square) This ornamental building was completed in 1896. Since it does not have its own collection, it is not a museum but hosts various exhibitions.
Roundabout in the Amusement Park (District 14, Allatkerti korut 14-16.) This traditional roundabout was built in 1908, and has become integrated into the Hungarian collective memory due to Ferenc Molnar's play. Its renovation, which was financed by public donations, earned the Europa Nostra award in 1996.
Museum of Agriculture (District 14, Vajdahunyadvár) The famous building complex was originally constructed as an expo installation. The museum, which is situated in the Baroque wing of the complex, has permanent and changing exhibitions as well. (Further information:
Museum of Transportation (District 14, Városligeti körút 11.) Relics of all methods of transportation, including operational models, but the exhibition shows much more than just machines. (Further information:
Timewheel This peculiar monument was inaugurated on 1 May, 2004, when Hungary joined the European Union. It is an 8-meter-tall hour-glass embedded in a granite and steel wheel. The sand goes down in exactly one year. It does not measure time, but represents it. says the owner of the idea. (Further information:
Rest and lunch: in Bagolyvar Restaurant (District 14, Allatkerti korut 2.)
- 79 Andrassy, 1062, Budapest, Hungary
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- It is important to NEVER wire funds or use/employ other fund transfer mechanisms such as western union: Always use a credit card to protect yourself against fraud. If owners pressure you into providing a deposit or refuse to accept credit cards, there is a high probability that this is a scam.
- If at all suspicious of fraud, ask to see their website, or any other literature they can provide or send to you. Ask them for contact details for guests who have previously stayed on their property insisting on telephone numbers. Be suspicious of emails that originate from free email services (yahoo, hotmail, gmail, etc)
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