Budapest Rooms
15 Szentkirályi Street
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Budapest Rooms is a perfect location for tourists visiting Budapest. It is located in the heart of the city, in close vicinity to two major metro lines, several bus lines, and other forms of public transportation. It is nestled in the midst of the Palace district which houses numerous 19th century buildings, charming cafes, streets and squares. Within walking distance guests will find many historical, cultural and gastronomical places, such as Vaci Street, Andrassy Avenue, the Hungarian National Museum, St. Stephen’s Basilica and the Dohany Street Synagogue.
Visitors cannot find a more central location with all major transportation hubs only minutes away, two nice guarded parking areas at walking distance and close to some of the best and traditional thermal Spas of Budapest. The property is only a 4 minute walk from the Astoria Metro station and a 6 minute walk from the Kalvin Ter Metro station.

Vaci Street
Vaci Street (Vaci utca) is one of the main pedestrian thoroughfares and perhaps the most famous street of central Budapest. It features a large number of restaurants and fashion outlets catering primarily to the tourist market.

andrassyAndrassy Avenue
Andrassy Avenue (Andrássy út) is a significant and symbolic boulevard of Budapest, Hungary, dating back to 1872. It has been part of the World Heritage site since 2002. The avenue links Elizabeth Square (Erzsébet tér) with Heroes Square (Hősök tere).

Raday Street
Raday Street (Ráday utca) is only a short walk from Budapest Rooms. Raday Utca is a pleasant street bursting with trendy boutiques, cutting-edge art galleries, and dozens of pleasant cafes and restaurants, many with outdoor seating. If you are looking for Budapest’s bohemian scene, you will find it here. The street is home to some of Budapest’s most innovative restaurants, and all types of cuisine are on offer.

nemzetiHungarian National Museum
Hungarian National Museum: now responsible for the safe keeping of over a million objects, the National Museum traces its own history back to 1802 when it was founded with the medal, book and manuscript collection belonging to Count Ferenc Szйchenyi. In 1846 it moved into the fine neo-Classical building designed by Mihaly Pollack where it has been ever since. Permanent exhibitions: Hungarian History from the Founding of the State until 1990, Lapidarium – Roman Stonework, and Coronation Jewels and Robes.
The museum’s architecture alone warrants a stop, but it also played a major role in Hungary’s history: Petofi recited his famous ‘national song’ from the steps here in 1848; there is a plaque to commemorate this famous event. The inside of the museum is also stunning, with lavish use of marble and ceremonial architecture. The displays give a thorough account of the history of the Hungarian nation.
bazilikaThe last thousand years of Hungarian history are represented in the main exhibition, starting with such items as an ivory saddle and chain mail, and ending with political posters and a video of the Soviets leaving Hungary. On the first floor is displayed the Hungarian coronation mantle, made of faded silk and dating from 1031.

St. Stephen’s Basilica
St. Stephen’s Basilica is the largest church in Hungary. This ecclesiastic basilica is named in honour of Stephen, the first King of Hungary (c 975–1038), whose mummified fist is housed in the reliquary. In 1905, after 50 years of construction, the Basilica was completed. In 2002, St. Stephen’s Square was remodeled as part of a new pedestrian area. In 2003, the church exterior was fully cleaned and renovated.

dohanyDohany Street Synagogue
The Dohany Street Synagogue (Dohány utcai Zsinagóga; also known as Dohány Synagogue) is the largest synagogue in Europe and the second largest in the world (after Temple Emanu-el in New York City). Dohany Street Synagogue was built in 1854-59. An ambitious restoration was recently completed, funded in large part by famous Americans Tony Curtis and Estée Lauder, who are of Hungarian-Jewish descent.

metroPublic Transportation
The building is located in one of the most convenient areas in Budapest in terms of public transportation. The building is between the Metro stop Astoria and Blaha Lujza ter on the red line. Also it is close to Metro stop Kalvin Ter on the blue line that allows to travel easily around the city. There is also bus and tram service close to the bed and breakfast.