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  • Glamorous Apartment in a BEAUTIFUL Town!

    "Oh lala! Greta is wonderful! We spend a lovely 10 days with our 3 daughter in the property.(Early May 2012) Love to sit on the dinning table and watch tourist past by. As a tourist you must be open minded when traveling to Europe and wanting to experience a true countryside feeling. The space was well used and lovely decorated. Yes bathroom is very small, and some humedity near the cave, but just open the door and windows and turn on the humidifier, problem solved! Right in the middle of the town, walking distance to the barkery for fresh bread, crossaints and pan du chocolat, as well as groceries and quite nice restaurants. Towns nearby to die for: Rousselion, Lacoste, Gordes, Aix, Bonnieux, l'isle sur la Morge, and many others. Vineyards nearby, many many things to do and see. Beautiful markets in spring-summertime. Hopefully will return!"
    Guest: Funseeker Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: November 19, 2014
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  • A comfortable and cosy stay.

    "When contacting Charlotte the owner she was very quick to respond, and extremely helpful. The gardenhouse is very comfortable, and we enjoyed the country-feel of the space in the city. The walk into the main part of town is very easy - and very pretty - and you get to pass over many lovely bridges, discover cafes and restaurants and the walk to the popular museums is very easy too. Highly recommended for its location in the city. The travel from the airport is very easy, and tram number 4 is the nearest one to the gardenhouse. The bed on the mezzanine level is very comfortable, and the space (for us two) was perfect. The kitchen was well-equipped for breakfast and light meals, with a fridge (easily stocked from the supermarket round the corner) and pots, pans, toaster, kettle, cups, plates and bowls are all provided - and towels for the shower room and sink too. There is a good size dining table, and outdoor table and chairs too (in the photos) and we felt very safe and welcomed into the house. There are guidebooks that have been left, and these great walking map cards in a little box that someone previously has left - these were very handy as little maps to walk around with. We spent most of our time out of the house, but it was a lovely place to come back to at the end of the day, and it isn't too far to stop back in during the day if you needed to, as we did once to drop some things off. I would highly recommend this house for a couple (or perhaps three as there is another smaller mezzanine with a single bed), however the stairs up to the mezzanine levels are a bit steep, but perfectly manageable. There is enough space for a comfortable stay (we were there four nights) and Charlotte was very accommodating. For the two of us she lent her museum passes which we were able to use to save on entrance fees, which was so very kind. I would certainly stay in the gardenhouse again (hopefully soon!) when we next take a trip to Amsterdam. Thank you Charlotte!"
    Guest: Katarina H. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 24, 2014
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  • Winter in the center of Reykjavik

    "Wonderful little Icelandic cottage in a perfect location for downtown Reykjavik. It's walking distance to shopping, restaurants, tours, groceries, concert hall, etc. Easily comfortable for 2-4 people, and it's equipped for eating-in (which we took advantage of at times). Lots of large windows allow for much light in the cottage, even in the heart of the darker Northern winter."
    Guest: Ken Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 20, 2015
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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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