This is a great place to visit for many reasons, not least for its cool, shaded interior and interesting layout. Kids with ... More
This is a great place to visit for many reasons, not least for its cool, shaded interior and interesting layout. Kids with big imaginations will love the seemingly never-ending maze-like corridors. The network of tunnels can only be explored with a guide (English/ German or Hungarian speaking), presumably because it's easy to get lost down here. On your tour, you'll see storerooms, baths (a lot of time was spent down here) and the main attraction: German combat stations from the Second World War.
Boomerang Hostel is conveniently located in the city center, in a quiet street, just few steps from spectacular St. Steven's
Basilica and Parliament! We're walking distance from almost everything.We offer dorms, private rooms and apartments in a tidy and ...
Adam Clark was the British engineer who built the first permanent bridge, Lanc Hid or Chain Bridge , over the
Danube in the 1840's. In his honour, the square (actually a fiendishly busy traffic roundabout) was permanently named after ...
After seeing the Royal Palace, take a stroll northwards. The medieval street network remains unaltered and although most of the
buildings have been thoroughly restored (the war damage was severe) many retain their original features. Investigate the remains of ...