City breaks & Short breaks in Budapest
is the capital of Hungary and straddles both the west and east banks of the River Danube. The city was united in 1873 by a bridge that runs between the two sections of the city. This former communist city is an interesting and vibrant place to visit for a city break
. Top sights include the monumental building of the “Hungarian Parliament” that was built between 1885 and 1904. The huge size of the building is phenomenal; it has 691 rooms, 10 courtyards and has a 96 metre tall dome that matches the dome of the “St. Stephen Basilica”. Accommodation in Sao Paulo
are also great ideas for lodging. No visit to the Hungarian capital would be complete without a walk down the “Andrássy Avenue” to the “Heroes Square”. The monument there was built in 1896 to commemorate the 1000th anniversary of the arrival of Hungarians in the Carpathian Basin.
Accommodation for your city break in Budapest
If you seek something a bit more Hungarian in Budapest than a generic hotel room, there is an alternative way to sleep during your city break. Wimdu’s website
you can rent short-term rooms from local residents who know the city inside and out. Experience other culturally exciting cities by staying in a flat in Tokyo
. By renting a privately owned apartment
through Wimdu, such as flats in Melbourne
,you get a more intimate experience of the city than a sterile hotel room. With all the comforts of home and a local host to point out all the hot spots this new way to travel offers a more personal way to see the city and the freedom to explore!
Book your short break accommodation with Wimdu
Major cities have a good selection of hotels and hostels but it is important to consider your options when planning short trips
or visits of any duration. Wimdu is one particular alternative
that many travellers prefer. With Wimdu, you can connect with a great selection of hosts offering apartments in Budapest. Prices are comparable to or less than those of most hostels but you will likely find the experience to be more enjoyable. Other lodging is available for you to rent in other cities, such as late rooms in New York
. Rooms are comfortable, clean and secure. Staying with locals, during short breaks in Budapest, is a great way to get to know the city’s people and culture. Your host will be happy to offer helpful advice and share some of the city’s secrets. If you would prefer a bit more space, there is also the option to rent an entire apartment for your short breaks while the host is away.