Bed and Breakfast pension cheap hotel inns budapest
Hungary Budapest Wesselényi utca 87.
(street code 1201.) Tel: +36 1 284 2887
Bed and Breakfast Bai Pension located in the southern district of Budapest, in a quiet garden city.
Near to the M5, M0, 4, 5, 51 roads, the introductory section.
You can reach us from the downtown in 15 -25 minutes by car it is about 9 km
45 - 55 minutes by public transport ( for example Fővám tér).
We can guarantee to all our guest calm and peaceful environment.
P We secure a closed car parking place
in our garden for all of our guest,
free of charge.
The parking place is monitored with cameras.
Reservation not required.
(50Mbs) Free Wifi is available as well.
All rooms are equipped with: shower bath and toilet,
refrigerator, flat-screen tv.
We can ensure a covered parking place for
motorcycles and bicycles.
►Our rooms are equipped with air conditioner (3 Euro/night).
It is enought to ask for breakfast or
when You are booking the room,
or when You arrive at the hotel.
You do not have to do anything else.
►Provided facilities: washing, ironing.
►You can ask for baby-bed for free of charge.
►We're very sorry, but pets are not allowed in the guest house.
►We have a 24 hour Reception Service.
►We speak several languages (English, German, Italian, Russian).
►We can be helpful in arranging sight-seeing trips, visiting the Hungarian Parliament and many other interesting programs.
►Hospital (1 km).
►Recommended restaurant nearby: Buffalo Steak House (50 m).
Single Room: Double room accommodations, choose to use our single guests.
Double room: Double rooms have the option of single or double French layout for two people,
please indicate at time of booking.
The rooms are equipped with: air conditioner, free Wi-Fi, bathroom with shower and hairdryer,
TV, Clothes hanger holder,
refrigerator, air conditioner,
Bed linen, towels, Cot (on request)
Budapest public transport is provided by BKV, the company operates buses, trolleybuses, trams,
suburban railway lines, the metro, a boat service, a cogwheel railway, a funicular.
Budapest's tram network is extensive, and reliable despite poor track infrastructure and
an ageing fleet. Routes 4 and 6 combined form the busiest traditional city tram line in the world,
with the world's longest passenger trams (54-metre (177 ft) long Siemens Combino)
running at 60 to 90 second intervals at peak time and 3–4 minutes off-peak and usually packed with people.
Day services operate from 4:30 a.m. until 11:30 p.m. each day.
Night traffic (a reduced overnight service) has a reputation for being excellent.
Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport,
Fixed public holidays
1 January New Year's Day
15 March National Day Márciusi ifjak ("March youths"), memorial day of the 1848 Revolution.
There are usually speeches and music pieces performed;
several people wear a cockade with the national colours (red, white and green).
Moveable Easter Sunday
Good Friday work-free for Protestants.
Moveable Easter Monday
Men visit women and ask for permission for sprinkling by reciting a little Easter poem,
they sprinkle them with some perfume (or sometimes a bucket of cold water in the countryside),
and they get eggs (mostly of chocolate) in exchange. Children get chocolate bunnies and eggs
(from the Bunny), and sometimes fruits, nuts etc. as well.
They sometimes have to look for these presents in the garden or in their room.
(Living bunnies are not infrequent, either.) Mothers often prepare ham, eggs, and sweetbreads for dinner
1 May Labour day; represented with special programmes, bridges are decorated and exhibitions are arranged.
Moveable Pentecost Sunday 50 days after Easter.
Moveable Pentecost Monday Monday after Pentecost.
20 August Saint Stephen's Day, Foundation of State, "the day of the new bread" as well.
St. Stephen of Hungary (Szent István király in Hungarian) (ca. 975 – 15 August 1038),
was the first king of Hungary.
Celebrated with a huge half-hour fireworks display on the bank of the Danube in the evening, attended by millions of people.
1 November All Saints Day
It is a day to remember the lost ones.
On this day people generally visit all their lost relatives'
graves which they decorate with flowers.
24, 25, 26 December Christmas
112 in Hungary
112 is one of the emergency numbers in Hungary.
112 calls are answered on average within 6 seconds. In addition to Hungarian,
the call can be answered in English, German and in some cases in Romanian.
It is possible to call 112 from a mobile phone even without a SIM card.
The 112 operator can detect the location of the caller within about 3 seconds.
The European emergency number 112 is not the only emergency number in Hungary:
104 - ambulance & emergency medical services,
105 - fire-brigade, rescue services, civil protection,
107 - police.