Best points about the property:
Since the turn of the millennium, this part of the city has become the epicenter of blooming ruin-pub culture. The quarter, in which these unique bars give the mood of the evening, also has a strong heritage: during WWII, this area was the ghetto. These days, just a few steps away from the apartment you can find the nicest buildings, churches and the best restaurants of the jewry of Budapest. This cultural cavalcade provides for the special atmosphere of the district.
Apartment Tarator is a spacious, bourgeois, air contitioned flat with three separated rooms. Its well-equipped kitchen, its bathroom with bathtub and the charming balcony with view to the inner courtyard full of evergreens waits for guests. The flat is comfy for even eight people!
Hints and tips from the owner:
Two corners away from the flat, you will find the Dohány Street Synagogue, the biggest functioning jewish church of Europe. Within 5 minutes walk, you can reach Astoria or Deák Square, i.e. the core of the city. From there you can map the whole capital by metro, bus or tram. Castle Hill or Városliget are less than 30 minutes away.