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We visited Budapest for a long weekend and for the first time we tried an apartment instead of the usual hotel. A very good move ... the freedom this gives you over a hotel and its inevitable restaurant/breakfast timings is a real bonus. A late...More
The apartments are very centrally located. Five minutes to Andrassy Ut and 10 minutes to the river on foot. Everything was modern and very clean. The Mint Cafe downstairs had a decent cup of coffee, which we found to be rare in Budapest.
I stayed at the locust tree appartments and i was quite impressed. Hungary is really old and it is very rare to find modern appartments. The exterior had a pleasent modern finish which really stood out in contrast to the surounding old neighbourhood. i thought...More
We had a great stay at the Locust Tree apartments.
Definitely made our trip to Budapest special. The apartment was very new and clean, and the staff was very friendly and helpful.
Thanks again to Peter for being so helpful.
I would highly recommend to...More
Whilst I would recommend Budapest to anyone wanting to enjoy a city break in Europe, I wouldn’t recommend staying at Locust Tree Apartments. I chose Locust Tree based on reviews I’d read however, I was disappointed that the place did not live up to its...More
US$47 - US$143 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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District VII is the very heart of Budapest and houses the city’s Jewish Quarter. Its streets are lively and colorful, its buildings narrate different histories in an assortment of architectural styles, and its cafes and bars are frequented and loved by the enthusiastic crowds. Grand and magnificent, the striking star of the district is the Great Synagogue, the largest in Europe and one of the biggest in the world. Distinctly
Moorish in style, crowned by the twin onion shaped domes, the Synagogue is the very emblem of District VII and one of the main attractions in the capital.