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  • Great place to stay!!!

    "My husband and I spent 5 nights in this lovely studio. The location is very convenient; its right off the metro and in close proximity to restaurants and markets and bakeries! It looks exactly like the pictures so there were no surprises. Caution though- the apartment is on the top floor and you'll have to climb ALOT of stairs but its not bad. We will definitely come back on our next trip to Paris."
    Guest: Zinat T. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: August 24, 2014
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  • Perfect

    "We rented the villa for a week away with our family to celebrate our Ruby Wedding Anniversary .It was perfect and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay there .The house was very clean and had everything we needed .The kitchen was the best equipped we have ever had. The bedrooms all had air conditioning which on very warm nights was nice to have . The pool is lovely and very safely secured with hedges and fence ,plus security gates to get into the pool area .Our two year old grandson loved it and by the last day had learnt to swim with his armbands a width of the pool ! There were lots of shaded areas to sit in and plenty of options for meal times [kitchen ,dining area in lounge ,2 outside areas ] As a family we had several table tennis challenges between ourselves .Mum and Dad were able to prove we still could beat the youngsters !! The grounds were lovely to wander and included an orchard ,which if you were walking to the village ,you could cross ,and this took 15 mins off the walking time. The property is entered through security gates so we felt very safe here. The area is a very pretty one and there are plenty of places to go to visit and explore. The local markets were fun to visit.We will enjoy returning to investigate more. Francoise the owner was very helpful and always available by phone .If there was a problem he would pop over to sort things out quickly .[not that we had any major problems, but nice to know he was available ] We ate out one night at La Petit Table which was very nice . We would strongly recommend this property ."
    Guest: ian c. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 14, 2014
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Hungary Travel Tips

Visitors to Hungary Vacation Rentals

Hungary is one of Europe’s most culturally rich destinations. It is characterized by beautiful old buildings, historic monuments and strikingly beautiful scenery. People that will enjoy tourist Hungary are those who have a strong interest in European culture and history. There are many different options for sightseeing. You can join a guided tour, take day trips to various areas or explore independently. It is even a destination that can be explored by following cycling routes or taking walking tours. People who love the arts and particularly music will enjoy the culture that Hungary has to offer.

Getting to Hungary Lodging

Hungary is easily accessible by air, land or water transportation. The Budapest Ferihegy Airport is the country’s primary international airport located just outside the capital, through which all international flights route. The airport has two main terminals and most international flights will arrive and depart from terminal 2A. Terminal 1 and 2B is generally used by private aircraft and low-cost European airlines. If you cannot find a direct flight into Budapest, you may consider routing via London or Frankfurt to take advantage of some of the deals on offer. The Debrecen International Airport serves as a secondary airport.

If you are already traveling within Europe, one of the easiest ways to Hungary is by rail. There are extensive rail links within Hungary and with most major cities in Europe. For those traveling by road, you can either make use of the extensive bus transportation system or hire a car. In the cities, taxis provide point-to-point transfers or you can use the city metro transport systems. The Danube River connects Budapest with Vienna as well as many well-known resort areas in northern Hungary. Cruising down the Danube is a superb way to see Hungary’s landscapes.

Hungary Travel Attractions

When planning to visit Hungary, it is a good idea to take a good guide book so you can read up on the different tourist sites and attractions. Most people will arrive in Budapest and start their sightseeing there. There are magnificent castles set along the Danube, baroque mansions, Gothic cathedrals and ancient cobbled stone streets. The street-side cafes are the perfect places to enjoy a cup of coffee and sample the local cuisine in between sightseeing excursions. The museums have a host of different and interesting exhibits and are open throughout the year. Art enthusiasts can browse the many galleries in the cities. For those who enjoy musical performances, you can get tickets for a symphony or opera performance which is certain to be a memorable event. The vast range of architectural styles in Hungary will delight anyone with such an interest. Perhaps no visit to Hungary is complete without going on a cruise down the swift Danube river, even if it is just for half a day.

Seasons to Visit Hungary

Like most other parts of central Europe, Hungary is a summer vacation destination. It has a temperate continental climate. The winter months are from November through March with January traditionally being the coldest month. Temperatures often get below freezing and snowfalls occur occasionally. The summer months are mild with average daily temperatures in the mid-20s Centigrade. July and August are generally the warmest months of the year. These are also traditionally the months that are the peak tourist season for visitors. If you want to avoid the crowds, you may consider traveling in May, June or September when the weather is still mild but the major tourist areas won’t be quite as busy.

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