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Apartment Rental

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  • Published on Sunday, 01 June 2014 07:53
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APARTMENT FOR RENT IN CENTRAL BUDAPEST

90 sqm newly renovated apartment next to St.Stephen cathedral, right in the heart of Budapest, many restaurants and cafes on the doorstep, 5 min.walk to Parliament, 2 min. walk to all 3 metro links is available for rent for short or long term.

Number of rooms: 2 bedrooms (2+3 pers), 1 mezzanine (2 pers)

 

Other: well equipped kitchen, 1 bathroom with shower and WC, one WC, Cable TV, Internet

 

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About Us

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  • Published on Wednesday, 25 September 2013 11:11
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ABOUT FRAMTID

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Primarily we are doing Swedish, Norvegian guiding, however we can do upon request guiding even in other languages to our tourists.
The establishment of our company is closely related to our unforgottable time spent in Sweden.
There is a big distance between Sweden and Hungary, which distance you cannot measure only in miles, but even in language, cultural differences.
Despite this fact , it is amazing how the two countries’ history has been tied together for more than 1000 years, and nowadays is even closer than ever.
We established our company with the goal to create a bridge and be a liason of spreading information, friendships, contacts between these two countries that represent so much for us.
The memories I acquired during our stay in Sweden take a big part of my heart and even today they make my heart lift when I recall them. That is the reason why our company’s name is FRAMTID (future in Swedish). We thought that the name, like an imaginary bridge, will connect my Past, Present and Future memories at the same time.
Through this company people will discover how two countries have a lot of things in common.
Dear Guests!

I am looking forward to seeing you in Hungary, and I guarantee that whenever season you come, you will get an unforgettable experience, after which you will surely return home with memories of great food, drinks and loving people.

Máthé Nóra
Authorised Guide, +36305912882

 

 

Guiding

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  • Published on Sunday, 29 December 2013 17:50
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Welcome to the “ Paris of the East”, welcome to  Budapest the city we love and have a delightful time during a special sightseeing.

There’s an old hits „Budapest, Budapest you are beautiful” Budapest dwellers also often shout „How pretty you are” when they are driving or walking along the Danube embankment. During the sightseeing we are going to discover the most important sight of the capital.. For example: at the hero square „the champion archangel „ the statue which won a grand Prix a 19oo Paris world Exhibition, the city park, the elegant famous Andrássy avenue, with cafes, luxury shops and theatres. Of course we have to visit a famous „Basilica” Budapest largest catholic cathedral. We shouldn’t miss to see the chain bridge and the Buda castle district, which became the number one tourist attraction. Walk on the cobblestoned streets, discover the hidden medieval treasures, mansions and gaze at the view. It’s unforgettable Welcome to the „city of bath” or „the water power”

After Iceland Hungary has the worlds largest reserve of surface thermal water.

The thermal springs are directly under the metropolis to be found making it a top international destination for healthy recreation. Most spas are located in historic building built with architectural styles ranging from bysantic to Art Nouveau. The famous Hungarian thermal baths are cherished for more than relaxation. Most of them offer a wide range of medical services utilizing the waters natural curative effect. Alternatively you can drop in a public bath after a hard days sightseeing. No matter if its wintertime and cold Hungary’s and Budapest’s thermal bath wash away a cold. The two grandest baths is the GELLERT, ornamented by mosaics, stained glass, statues, and marble pillars and SZECHENYI, a wellness palace in the city park which is the largest medical bath of Europe. Don’t miss it.

Welcome to” the city of wine”

In Hungary you are definitely in a wine country. You may be surprise to hear it but actually it’s true. Did you know it that we Hungarians newer clink beer glasses, why? I promise you to tell it!!! The name of TOKAJI international recognized. The village of Tokaj is in the northeast of the country is famous for its wine, which Louis XIV declared” the wine of the king and the king of the wine” If you are a wine lover—Hungary is the perfect place for you enjoy the life Visit a real wine cellar and of course with a wine tasting will make you special memory and good mood to. Wine tasting is becoming more and more popular in our country. The capital can boast a unique attraction—a giant wooden barrel which is now the largest that can also be filled-. You can get a chance to see it.

Hungary is famous not only for his wine, famous for his food as well.

I really suggest you getting a taste for Hungary, learning about Hungary’s traditional cuisine. For example> goulash soups, pörkölt (thick stew), goose liver, stuffed cabbage, Hungarian fish,, lángos, pogácsa, chesnut puree, Gundel pancake and so on. Don’t hesitate and contact me to get some suggeston of a good Hungarian restaurant.