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This pleasant 1-bedroom apartment is a perenial favorite due to its unique end-to-end configuration and its excellent location near Kálvin Square in the 8th District.
The apartment has a full bathroom, a fully stocked kitchen, a dedicated office/desk area to work or study, a washing machine, lightning-fast internet, and a flat screen smart TV ready for your Apple TV or personal media player.
As you walk down Reviczky Street for the first time, we dare you not to be enchanted.
About the Owner
Live in Budapest -
Response Time:Within a day
Interaction with guests:
As much or as little as the guest prefers. We are happy to provide recommendations for restaurants, bars, places to shop, sights to see, etc.
There are no particular house rules other than to please treat our home as though it was your home. We do not smoke inside and we do not allow pets. And please be mindful of the...
Pets not allowed
Smoking not allowed
1 Full bath
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
R 10 398
Please note: rates may have been converted from the original local currency to
South African Rand and are approximate rates that may change due to exchange rate fluctuation. Please contact the manager to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
R 1 342 / stay
R 9 890 / stay
About the neighbourhood
The apartment is located in the middle of Reviczky Street, a quiet, tree-lined street that connects Kálvin Square with Mikszáth Kálmán Square. Two buildings down from the apartment is Budapest's gorgeous main library building, and the Hungarian National Museum is just around the corner.
Additionally, Ráday Street is just off of Kálvin Square. Ráday is mostly a pedestrianized zone filled with bars and restaurants. It is the Kiraly Street of the 8th District.
On the other end of Reviczky Street, Mikszáth Kálmán Square is a lovely plaza filled with restaurants and cafes where you can while away a perfectly good afternoon people watching and enjoying a few pints of Dreher on tap.
Kálvin Square is a real transit hub and gives you easy access to just about all parts of town. The M3 and M4 metro lines both make stops here, and the 47,48 and 49 Trams ply the inner loop of Pest in front of Kálvin Square. Those trams connect this part of Pest with Buda and also Deák Ferenc Square in the center of Pest.