Budapest Maria Hostel
Maria utca 7
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Maria Hostel is located in the center of Budapest. You will find plenty museums, bars, restaurants, shops, etc, within walking distance. You will find the best public transport lines in Budapest nearby: Metro 2 - red line, Metro 3 - blue line, buses, trolleys and trams.
Our place offers you a pleasant stay with 2, 3 or 4 bedded rooms. Some are with own, and some with shared showers and toilets. Maria Hostel offers you a big common room with TV, kitchen, and not least a friendly staff and non-stop reception.
Don't forget: central location with great prices! The check out time is at 10 o'clock (luggage storage at the reception) and the check in is after 13:00.
Location: Surrounded by four main squares: Astoria, Blaha Lujza, Klvin and the intersection between the main ring-road and Ulloi street, it is in a walking distance from main pedestrian streets and most frequented places of Budapest.
The area. Things to see and do:
Just a few steps, turn right on Krdy street and try to decide between Darshan Courtyard with Caf, Shops, Restaurant and the old Blues Pub. But just a few more steps away and you'll get to the Mikszth K. square with the Frank Zappa Caf and it's terrace. Five more minutes walking and it's getting almost impossible to choose Rday street, Vci street, Budapest's Main Market, Gellrt baths and so on.
If this is not enough for you, just ask our receptionists about available tours to do. You'll have to choose again You may explore walking, biking, boating or the easy way going by bus. And if all of this is still not enough try the tandem parachuting or the caving tours under Budapest.
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