Adagio Hostel Budapest {mosgoogle}  Adagio Hostel description The Adagio Hostel is in the centre of Budapest. It is located in the heart of the city, in the 9th district of Budapest. Come and stay at the best and coziest hostel in the town, where you can feel completely at home! What we can offer to…

ACH-Jasmine Apartment, Budapest {mosgoogle}  Hostel description The ACH-Jasmine apartment is a recently renovated tourist apartment (studio) which can comfortably accommodate 3 people (or a maximum 4 people if it's family with two children). There are two twin beds upstairs on the gallery and one sofa which can open as a queen size double bed. Our…

ACH-AKACFA Apartments {mosgoogle}  Hostel description Clean, modern and central private apartments for 2-4-6 people at the Grand Boulevard. Rooms with own bathroom, TV, kitchen, balcony on hostel price!!! Low price high standard! Our apartments are situated in the Grand Boulevard area near the famous New York Palace, in a stylish modern, absolutely new building. We…

Aboriginal Budapest Apartments {mosgoogle}  Hostel description Our exclusive apartments offer you an excellent holiday in Budapest. You can find our apartments in the heart of Budapest near Deak Square and Andrassy Avenue. The building was built in 2006, so the apartments are new and equipped with modern furniture in exclusive surroundings. All apartments equipped with:…

11th Hour Cinema Hostel, Budapest Hostel Description {mosgoogle}  The 11th hour is located deep in the historical center in a complete classical building. With friendly staff and an easy going atmosphere with a huge open common area and courtyard. We provide FREE: internet, fresh coffee, movies, linen, snacks and drinks. We are within walking distance…

Wroclaw Old Town One of the most beautiful cities in Poland, situated on the Oder River, Wroclaw is also known as the “City of a Hundred Bridges”. Because of its bridges, streams and canals, it is also referred to as the “Polish Venice”.

Gdansk Old Town Hall Gdansk sits on the shore of the Gulf of Gdansk, part of the Baltic Sea shore. Merging with nearby Gydinia and Sopot, it forms an agglomeration, the so-called Tricity of close to 1 million people. Also known as Danzig, the  one-time member of the Hanseatic League was an important commercial city and port in the Middle Ages; numerous monuments have remained from this period.

Contra-Aquincum These are the remnants of a Roman fortification, dating from the 4th century BC, built to protect the crossing of the Danube, the Pannonian border, and the start of the road leading to the East. So far only the northern wall of the fortification has been excavated. The south-east-corner tower of the fortification was…

Paris Department Store (Divatcsarnok) Of Budapest’s early reinforced-concrete buildings, the Paris Department Store, erected in 1909, is  of special historic significance, as it was the first building in this country designed specifically as a department store. The six-storey high façade of the building fronting Andrássy Street, rising above its surroundings, was completed in the Secessionist…

Ethnographic Museum This building was built between 1893 and 1896, based on the plans of Alajos Hauszmann; it housed the Supreme Court until 1945. The palace’s many featured, ornamental main façade, fronts Kossuth Square; it is one of the most beautiful examples of Late-Eclectic architecture in our country. Initially the Hungarian National Gallery (Magyar Nemzeti…