The flat is situated in the heart of Budapest in the pedestrian area, at the famous street, called Vci Utca, just near the main square of Budapest, called Dek Tr. The apartment situated on the 1th floor of one quiet building. This nice renovated building was built in the the XIX. Century. The building has a very special atmosphere, which you can feel immediately when you enter.
This area is maybe the best part of Budapest, you can get confirmation from the people who have already visited this city. The flat has an unique interior and if you would like to have a quiet apartment in very distinguished area and at the same time to be in the real centre of Budapest then we are sure this flat can fulfill your wishes.
The flat consists of a large, very well equipped kitchen, a hall, a bathroom with tub and shower and large room with a cosy pine wood loft and nice antique furniture. The style of the furniture follows the patina of the building.
The location of this apartment is the greatest advantage.
This pedestrian area is the centre of Budapest, if you would like to stay in the real centre, this place is ideal for you.
After a short walk you can reach the Danube river, the Chain Bridge, the famous Dunacorso, the world famous Gerbeaud Cafe, the best restaurants and music clubs and also the Market Hall and the Thermal baths. If you have a wish to spend money for clothes you can choose between the most famous shops and butiques.
This is an independent apartment. You will get the keys at the check in. Please let us know the exact time of your arrival by e-mail or by call .
**Please stay minimum 3 nights.**
Cosy, comfortable apartment in a historical building!
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