Budapest is arguably one of Europe’s prettiest cities, from the Heroes Square, to the Parliament, to the central Market Hall there are lots of really interesting places to visit in the city. From Baroque Architecture, World Heritage sites and its rich cultural heritage there is so much to do!
you can’t visit Budapest without a visit to one of the many spas. Budapest has the largest thermal water system in Europe making it the ideal place to visit one of the spas for a day. There are 118 springs in Budapest, providing over 70 million litres of thermal water a day. The temperature of the waters is between 21 and 78 Celsius.
Today, there are 15 public thermal baths in Budapest the spa at the Hotel Gellért is a public bath. Some of the baths arrange special programs. The Rudas Bath, built in the 1500-s, gives home to regular night parties on Friday and Saturday nights, with great music and special light effects.
These are very popular with young people from all over the world. Others, such as the Palatinus Bath on Margaret Island, have special pools for children with special effects (whirlpool, wave-pool, water-chutes).
Some baths are built in parks, with green areas where one may relax and sunbathe and do sports, or just read a book (such as the Csillaghegyi Bath). Entry to the spas varies but it usually somewhere around the 2 300 HUF/person mark.
World Heritage Sites
he view of the Danube embankments, the Buda Castle District, Andrássy út and Heroes' Square and the Millennium Underground Railway are listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites and are all worth a visit when you have some free time.
Other Points of Interest:
Central Market Hall
Shoes on the Embankment
Take a boat ride on the Danube or enjoy the nightlife, whether you like jazz bars, outdoor music lounges or dance clubs, Budapest's exciting nightlife always has something in store for you!
Every weekend, and even on most weekdays, people love going out in Budapest. Most clubs, pubs, bars and discos are open until very late or even the next morning.
F1 Hungarian Grand Prix ticket & 4* hotel package with general admission & track transfers!
Book now and enjoy the Hungarian F1 Grand Prix 2017! The F1 package includes accommodation for 3 nights in a 4* City Centre hotel in Budapest and General Admission tickets to the race for both Saturday and Sunday. Transfers from the hotel to the track for both days are also included. From €479EURper person
- 3 nights' 4* City centre hotel with breakfast
- General Admission Tickets for both Saturday's qualifying and Sunday's race.
- Transfers from the hotel to the track and back to the hotel, on both Saturday and Sunday at no extra cost
- Accommodation in 4* hotel in Budapest
- Bed & breakfast basis
- General admission tickets for Saturday & Sunday's races
- Transfers between hotel and track
- Meals & beverages not otherwise specified
- Return airport transfers
- Everything not specified above
About the event
The track opened in 1986 and it held its first Formula One event in August that year. It was a huge success and almost 200,000 fans showed up. Although tight and twisty, the circuit has been known to throw up some great races, the most memorable being Thierry Boutsen's win in 1990, beating Ayrton Senna by 0.3 seconds, and of course the 1997 race where Damon Hill in the Arrows sensationally passed Michael Schumacher's Ferrari only to be denied the win by mechanical failure on the very last lap.
Number of laps: 70
Circuit Length: 4.381 km
Race Distance: 306.630 km
Lap Record: 1:19.071 - M Schumacher (2004)
Your ticket type is General Admission, which means that you will not have a seat. Please note that tickets are non-refundable once confirmed.
You can upgrade your ticket after you book to any Grandstand we can also arrange single rooms on request, the cost of the package based on a single room is €595. Should you wish to arrange, extra nights, single rooms or upgrade the tickets please contact firstname.lastname@example.org BOOK BEFORE 28/02/2017 AND GET FREE AIRPORT TRANSFERS INCLUDED
Hotel Mercure Korona or similar 4*
Situated in the heart of the city with beautiful surroundings, at the entrance of the popular pedestrian area.The River Danube, Market Hall, exclusive shops and famous baths are within walking distance. Excellent and direct access from the airport and onsite parking possibility. We offer free WiFi throughout the hotel and wellness area to relax. You can choose from Privilege Rooms or Suites to ensure your full comfort.
Nearest Airport: Budapest/Ferihegy (approx. 1hr)
From the airport
Leaving the Airport (Teminal 1, 2A or 2B) follow the main road to the centre until the crossing of Üllői út and Grand Boulevard (Ferenc körút), where you turn right and keep on driving along the Boulevard until until you see the Nyugati (Western) Railway Station on your right. Turn left under the overhead-crossing and turn right immediately, then right again at the second street (Nagy Ignác street) to reach the hotel.
Our hotel can reserve a taxi for you or your guests, if you send an e-mail to the following address, email@example.com, by 17:00 hours the day before your arrival and you specify the number and names of the guests, and also the flight details. The taxi driver will be waiting for you or your guests at the entrance and holding a white board with your name or your guests names on it.
By Airport Shuttle
Upon arrival to Liszt Ferenc Airport, after collecting your luggage, you can order the transfer Airport Minibus Shuttle service. The company operates 24 hours a day and transports passengers from the airport to the hotel and back.
Marmara Hotel**** H-1055 Budapest, Nagy Ignác u. 21.
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