When it came to furnish this fresh-looking apartment, the goal was to create a real happy place to my future guests in a delicate style, a place full of amenities and lovely details. This newly renovated studio (June, 2019) with its comfy double bed is just perfect for an exciting getaway anytime of the year! The authentic building faces a pulsing street in the heart of the ruin bar district, where all the magic happens! From here the city’s signature sightseeing spots are easily accessible.
The streets of District VII closest to the city centre have been home to the religious centres of Orthodox Jews of Budapest since the 19th century. This includes the synagogues in Dohány utca (the second largest in Europe), Rumbach Sebestyén utca and Kazinczy utca. After the war, the depopulated quarter was left neglected, until slowly being revived once the Jewish Quarter was transformed into Budapest’s party zone. After 2000, ruin pubs began popping up in many buildings and their inner courtyards. Nightlife stalwarts such as Szimpla and Ellátó kert still enjoy unfaltering popularity while the nearby Gozsdu Udvar has gone from abandoned alleyway to the busiest bar hub in Budapest. Interest in local Jewish history has equally increased exponentially, with any number of walking and bike tours. A number of annual festivals celebrate Jewish culture and cuisine, while Jewish-friendly restaurants include the contemporary, lively Mazel Tov, which embraces the ruin-bar genre and whose gastronomic remit covers the eastern Mediterranean as a whole.
From here every major tourist attraction on Pest side can be reached in 10 minutes on foot ~ The Great Synagogue in Dohány Street, the St. Stephen’s Basilica at St. Stephen’s Square, the main center, Deák Ferenc Square with Váci Street, Fashion Street and the iconic Vörösmarty Square and the Danube, the signature ruin bars, such as Café Szimpla and Istant, the Hungarian State Opera House, the epic Gozsdu Garden and the Gozsdu Sky Terrace, and many more. Main centre (Deák Ferenc Square) ~ 10 minutes walk from the apartment ~ all metro and bus lines are available at this station Tram Lines 4-6 ~ connects the main boulevards of the city ~ jump on at ‘Király utca / Erzsébet körút’ station, which is only a 5-minute walk away from the flat ~ these lines go round the clock There is an electric car charger 100 metres from the apartment.
- Amenities: Air conditioning, Bathroom essentials, Bed linens, Carbon monoxide alarm, Cooking essentials, Dishes and silverware, dishwasher, essentials, Fire extinguisher, Hair dryer, Hangers, Heating, Iron, Kitchen, Microwave, Patio or Balcony, Private entrance, Refrigerator, Smoke alarm, Stove, tv, Washer, Wi-Fi
- Categories: Studio
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
Prices start at: from €600 for 30 nights