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  • it is worth for money, but i think it is not so suitable for couple come for honeymoon as the window on the corridor. people walkby and talk and next door talking, we might hear it.

  • 24 hour friendly staff. Very central location to public transportation and entertainment. We also had access to a kitchenette with free coffee and tea. Comfortable private room and shared spaces. The staff welcomed us to the room with a bottle of wine for our honeymoon!

  • Short walk from the train station. It's in a gated apartment complex. Owner was courteous and helpful. Apartment was newly remodeled. Was very clean. One bed is in a loft with low headroom. 2nd bed was a fold out cott. They were comfortable. Has frig, microwave, electric hot water pot, dishes and pans. Plan on buying or bringing your coffee. 4 block walk to the Metro. This is not a honeymoon suit but a good place for a few days. There wasn't anything about this unit that would prevent me from staying there again.

  • Amazing staff in the reception and the bistro. (Csilla & Alexandra <3)Amazingly decorated hotel. So cozy! Amazing food. Amazing bed. Amazing breakfast. Amazing food. Amazing prices if you compare to Sweden. Amazing amazing amazing. We went there on our honeymoon and we where treated so wonderfully and it felt so special! We had the best time and we know it's thank to the Maison!

  • It ticked all of our travel boxes and a great place to stay for our honeymoon! The location was great right outside a tram stop, taking us no longer than 20 mins to get to anywhere in the city. Being greeted by the friendly hosts was a nice touch and the apartment was well decorated and had all of the facilities we needed. The air con was an absolute bonus in the summer heat!

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Things to Do in Budapest

Vajdahunyad Castle
Built on the Széchenyi Island in the City Park (Városliget) with the aim of displaying architectural styles of the past, this is a group of faithfully detailed copies of parts of famous buildings of historic Hungary. The main element of the three distinct sections (Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance Baroque) is the copy of the Vajdahunyad tower after which the whole building complex was named Vajdahunyad Castle.
ity Park (Városliget), Vajdahunyad vára
Chain Bridge
A marvel from any angle. This bridge is a vital piece of Budapest’s cityscape that links Buda with Pest. But it was born of tragedy. In 1820, a Hungarian aristocrat missed his father’s funeral due to freezing weather, then vowed to build a bridge across the Danube. This is it. See the bridge that unified a city in its full glory from the top of Castle Hill.
Buda Castle
It wasn’t that long ago that Buda Castle virtually lay in ruins. Oh, how times have changed. Built and rebuilt countless times over nine centuries, this massive medieval complex holds a legacy of archives, museums, galleries and governmental buildings. A major highlight is the Hungarian National Gallery – start there, then traverse the well-kept grounds.
Budapest, Szent György tér 2, 1014
St. Stephen's Basilica
In the Basilica's chapel of Saint Leopold one will find the so-called "Holy Right Hand", the right hand of St. Stephen, first king and founder of Hungary. Every year, on the 20th of August, thousands of believers take part in a procession accompanying the relic celebrating the festival of the St. Stephen. A beautiful panorama of Budapest is visible from the observation area of the 96-meter high dome. From this view from above, one can see the bridges across the Danube, the castle, the city's forest and the green spot of Margaret Island - a sight which truly compensates for the climb-up.
Szent István tér
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Some say romance is dead; how does Budapest prove them wrong?

Take a boat tour down the Danube at night and marvel at the lights of the city.
It has the charm of Eastern Europe, the class of Paris, the culture of an imperial city and the warmth of Southern EU people. Pick a small restaurant, ask for some advice for local wines, and enjoy. Take a walk downtown, stop by Szamos for an amazing dessert in the middle of the city center, take a walk around Deak and Vaci Ut... you'll love it.
Walks along danube, enjoying the sunset from almost everywhere, the magnificent Buda side and the cosmopolitan Pest, with glorious cafes and hidden little bistros, the city is a great choice for people in love! It's also much cheaper than other popular and equally romantic options.
You can sit on one of the many stationery river boats and enjoy a glass of wine while you take time to talk and look back across at the castle and citadel all it up at night.
We were a group of girlfriends on a trip. I definately want to go back with my husband it was so enchanting in the dark (also in daylight)
beautiful architecture, great places to wine and dine, awesome views of the city, nice wedding destination
Very beautiful city with a lot of couples on the streets.
Take a romantic diner on a river boar and you see :).
Its a historical and beautiful city good for romance
Dead, Dead, and relationships too..