Flamenco Hotel Budapest

Posted in Budapest Hotels by arpiboy on November 27th, 2011

Flamenco Hotel Budapest is a good choice for accommodation

Hungary is amongst one of the biggest tourist places of Europe and its capital city, Budapest is totally scenic. The first thing that comes into the minds of the tourists is no doubt a proper place to stay. And its very best and alive example is Park Hotel Flamenco Budapest. Flamenco hotel Budapest is situated in the XI. district of Budapest at a walking distance from a tram station and it nearly takes 2-3 minutes to reach from the station the hotel. Though the Flamenco hotel Budapest is not new but its service and environment is mind blowing.

Flamenco Hotel Budapest is a budget hotel and hence it doesn’t bother much on the pockets of the tourists. The rooms are good but a bit old designed furniture and bed sometimes pass negative impact on the visitors and hence beside good food, environment and people its ratings are not very high among the travelers. Instead of this some people get so much fascinated by this hotel that they like to visit this hotel again and again. The reason is that Danubius Hotel Flamenco Budapest is a bit far from the Budapest’s congested life and hence provides complete peace and harmony to one’s mind.

Flamenco Hotel Budapest and the Bottomless Lake

flamenco hotel budapest next to the hemingway restaurant

One more delighting place is the Hemingway’s restaurant (only at a distance of 200 yards from this hotel) where you can eat and drink in full swing. Hemingway restaurant situated next to the Feneketlen to (Bottomless lake) and a small park around them as you can see on the photo as well. The Sunday nights are awesome here and this is like a bonus that comes with the Flamenco Hotel Budapest. Moreover if you love swimming then it has a indoor pool for you and water is so cold that it shivers you for a while. Most of the visitors like this as they are on a vacation, so they look for complete fun.

So, if your budget is small and you still want some graceful stay, helpful staff, mental peace and yummy food then Flamenco Hotel Budapest is all for you.

Art on Lake Budapest

Posted in Budapest Parks,Budapest Photos by arpiboy on September 4th, 2011

The Art on Lake exhibition in the Varosliget Budapest

art on lake vajdahunyad castle

Budapest Parliament New Lights

Posted in Budapest Photos by arpiboy on September 2nd, 2011

The Hungarian Parliament in Budapest got new lights by August 20 2011. I’ll show you how the building looks like in daylight and with the old lights and the new one. I think the new lights are much better than the past ones.

budapest parliament in daylight

budapest parliament old light

budapest parliament new light

new cool light of the hungarian parliament

new cool lights of the hungarian parliament

Museums in Budapest

Posted in Museums in Budapest by arpiboy on August 23rd, 2011

If you are travelling to Budapest and want to make sure you soak up some culture, then the great museums which can be found here are the best places to start. You can travel to Budapest from the UK by plane in a few hours, but if you want to be adventurous, you can also travel by train.

If you choose to get to Budapest this way, then it will take a lot longer but may be more reasonably priced. On many trains, you will also be able to get wireless internet access, so you can surf the web, check you e-mails or play PartyPoker Hungary.
Once you get to Budapest the real fun can begin, as there is so much to see and do.

Perhaps you may want to begin by visiting the Museum of Fine Arts. This is the largest fine arts museum throughout Hungary and definitely has a lot to offer. The building was created between 1900 and 1906 in an eclectic-neoclassical style, its plans being made by Albert Schickedanz and Fülöp Herzog.

If you enter inside this grand structure, you will find ancient Egyptian Art, paintings by Raffaello and El Graco, and sculpture, as well as other great items of interest.

Another interesting place to visit is the M?csarnok. This gallery centers around the contemporary visual arts, with around five or six major exhibitions taking place every year.

There are many other museums in Budapest, including the Hungarian National Museum. There are several permanent exhibitions on here, including the ‘History of Hungary from the foundation of the state to 1990 Middle Ages’. As well as this, there is an exhibition entitled ‘Modern and Contemporary History’, so if you are interested in Hungary’s past, this is a great place to check out.

Budapest by Car Video

Posted in Budapest Videos by arpiboy on January 27th, 2011

Here is a video from my car when we drive through the Chain Bridge over the Danube in Budapest by night.

Budapest Shopping At Mammut Mall

Posted in Budapest Shopping by arpiboy on September 16th, 2009

You can come here to Mammut I & II. Mall for shopping near to Moszkva ter (Moscow Square).

Wakeboard Omszk Lake Hungary

Posted in Budapest Tours,Budapest Videos,Hungary Tours,Hungary Videos by arpiboy on June 4th, 2008

On the video it is ME Arpad Domonkos. I like wakeboarding and the weather is getting better in Hungary like Summer. If You like waterskiing or wakeboarding go to Omsz lake (Omszki tó) it is 15 Km far from Budapest only.

Wakeboard and Waterski at Budapest, Hungary

Posted in Budapest Videos,Hungary Videos by arpiboy on December 5th, 2007

I went to the famous summer fun place Omszk Lake near to Budapest, Hungary and Szentendre and I made videos about waterskiing and wakeboarding there to give you a Summer feeling in the cold Winter days.

Red Bull Air Race Budapest Again

Posted in Budapest Info by arpiboy on August 16th, 2007

On 20 th August you can enjoy again the flights of above the river Danube between the Chain Bridge and the Margaret Bridge in front of the Parliament of Hungary.
Red Bull Air Race Budapest

River Ships on the Danube at Budapest

Posted in Budapest Photos by arpiboy on August 15th, 2007

In Summer time there are many river ships on the Danube river at Budapest. I show you two of them Amadeus and Danubia. They ar on the Buda bank of the river close to the Castle district.

river ships Budapest

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