Welcome to Budapest!
We are international tourist agency established in 2004, operating in Hungary in Budapest with tourists visiting Budapest and Hungary, offering private apartments and rooms. If you are planning to spend your vacation in Budapest we will find the best place for your stay. Our flats and rooms are situated in Downtown area and very close to popular tourist spots.
Our small team speaks fluent English, German, Hungarian, and Croatian. We also possess basic knowledge of Slovak, Italian, Russian and Slovenian languages. Fõvám tér apartment is in the hart of the city on the beginning of pedestrian Váci Street, and near by Danube and Szabadsag hid (Bridge of Freedom), opposite of the Central city market.
We are also providing general information about Budapest by listing famous and some less famous restaurants, shops, antique shops, public baths, museums, information about airport and travel companies, railways, buses, taxis, and public transportation. Our on-line sightseeing tour includes historical and tourist guide about Budapest and towns near by Budapest which are also interesting for visit, like Szentendre, Visegard, Gödölõ and Eger. If you travel to Budapest don’t hesitate to contact us, lets us prepare and arrange your stay in the city. If you have any suggestion, advice about this site, exchange banners etc, write to us.We are also offering professional and individual city guide touring. If you have any suggestions or an advice about this site, or you would like to exchange banners etc. Please write to us. You can reach us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or by mobile phone at +36-30/685-26-43 (from abroad) or at 06-30/685-26-43 (from Hungary).
Budapest is the capital city of Hungary and with a population of 2 million citizens it is the largest city in the country.The city is often referred to as the Paris of the east, and deserves this name. It bears some resemblance to Prague, but is larger and friendlier. The picturesque setting on two sides of the Danube, the nine connecting bridges and the villas and public buildings really make Budapest one of the most enjoyable cities in Europe.
Budapest is composed of two cities: the small Buda, on the west side of the river looking over the much larger Pest on the opposite side. The two parts developed separately as the bourgeois Buda with its palaces and spas and the more commercial Pest. At first, the hills of Buda were the safe core of the twin cities, but as Buda and Pest were united with Óbuda (Ancient Buda) the plains of Pest became the centre of the growing metropolis.
Today, the most famous landmark of Budapest is the Parliament building on the banks of the Danube. The best view of the Parliament can be had from Castle Hill, a Budapest highlight itself. This collection of palaces, churches and monuments has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is a must see for every tourist. Budapest has some very good museums as well, The National Museum, the Jewish Museum and the Historical Museum of Budapest being the best.
Budapest has become a very lively city, with many good restaurants and a nightlife scene you need to check out to believe. By day, you can visit a museums, visit some churches, or take a coffee in one of the cafés. By night you can have dinner at either a cheap or a fancy restaurant, go to the opera, and afterwards dance the night away.