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Your Holiday to Budapest City

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2 x Discount Included -£200

  • 2 x 10kg Hand Baggage
  • ATOL Protected
  • Excludes 22kg Bag Allowance
  • Excludes Transfers
  • Going Out
  • East Midlands EMA to
  • Budapest BUD
  • Departs: Thu 4th Jun 2015 at 15:00
  • Arrives: Thu 4th Jun 2015 at 18:55
  • Coming Back
  • Budapest BUD to
  • East Midlands EMA
  • Departs: Sun 7th Jun 2015 at 19:30
  • Arrives: Sun 7th Jun 2015 at 21:25
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Mediterran

Budapest City

▼ Board options

  • Bed and Breakfast
Information based on previous season and could be subject to change.

▼ Restaurants & Bars

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Restaurant

  • Buffet. Serves breakfast.

Drinkbar

  • Lobby Bar .
Please note reservations may be required, a supplement may be payable dependent on board arrangement and information based on previous season and could be subject to change.

▼ Spa & Beauty

  • Spa - sauna* and whirlpool* (min age 12yrs).

▼ Other Facilities

  • Reception - services available include currency exchange, concierge service, English newspapers and luggage storage.
  • Wi-Fi
  • Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.

Standard Twin room
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  • Sleeps: Minimum 1 | Maximum 3

Standard Double room
You can change room type on the next page

Your room Standard Double room

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  • Sleeps: Minimum 1 | Maximum 3

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Discover Budapest City

Insider Tip

1) Great Market Hall is the number one place to pick up real Hungarian food and drink. It can get very busy at weekends, but is quieter during the week – especially on a Monday.

2) If you fancy doing a spot of shopping during your city break, Pest is best! As the more modern side of the city, its streets combine artisan fairs, chic boutiques and contemporary shopping arcades.

3) It may be steep, but it’s well worth the effort to reach the top of Gellert Hill. Amongst the mighty statues, you’ll enjoy incredible views of Buda Castle, the River Danube and Chain Bridge.

4) Visit one of the most original venues in Europe – the Artemovsk A38. Converted from a Ukrainian stone trawler, this huge ship on the Danube houses cultural events, live music and a nightclub!

Food and drink

When dusk draws near, the city ignites, as you can enjoy cool drinks in romkocsma pubs set in arty ruined residences. As well as trying the local fruit brandy known as palinka, you should also stop by at Budapest’s famously ornate coffee shops. Delicacies are often liberally spiced with paprika, such as the classic stew, goulash. Wander along the Danube in Pest and you’ll see many restaurant boats to enjoy the traditional cuisine in a waterfront setting.

Shopping

For unique souvenirs, Hungarian folk art shops are a sure thing as they feature traditional embroidery, delicate dolls and local pottery. Shopping of a grander nature starts on Vaci Street, which is the main medieval thoroughfare of Pest. Andrassy Avenue is also lined with both boutiques and architectural marvels. Alternatively, you could find some bargain souvenirs at the many stalls of the Great Market Hall. Most shops are closed on Sundays so use this time to meander the quiet streets, admire the architecture and see the sights instead.

Must-see

As the capital of Hungary, a grand atmosphere flows through the city, especially at the mint-topped domes of Buda Castle. Rising high upon the hillside, at the castle you can look out upon the colossal suspension structure of the Chain Bridge and the elaborate neoclassical facade of St. Stephen’s Basilica.

Getting around

Travelling around Budapest is a beautiful, unique experience, thanks to the Millennium Underground Railway. The oldest underground system in mainland Europe, its stations have a classic style that recall the late 19th century when they were built. Many areas of the city are pedestrianised too, such as the grand Heroe's Square.

If you’re in town…

…from 6–8 February you can experience the Mangalica Festival – a three-day extravaganza in celebration of Hungary’s most famous breed of pig. The Mangalica pig is native to Hungary and easy to spot thanks to its thick hair. It’s one of the city’s biggest events and best of all it’s free.

At A Glance

  • Language

    Hungarian
  • Currency

    forint
  • Time difference

    1 hour
  • Travel

    4,150 forint for a 3-day public transport tourist ticket (approx £10.50)
  • Beer

    200-1,000 forint (approx £0.50 - £2.50)
  • 3-course meal

    5,000 to 12,000 forint (approx £12.50 - £30.00)

Introduction

  • The Mediterran Hotel would be the ideal choice for sightseers and budget minded guests looking for a relaxed and comfortable base to explore Budapest with easy access to the congress centre and the city centre.

Location

  • Close to congress centre, in Buda side of the city, with a shopping centre located 400m away and the Gellért Thermal Bath and swimming pool located 1.2km from the hotel
  • 1.6km from Buda Castle, 1.6km from Chain Bridge, 2 km from Váci utca, 2.4km from Parliament Building, 2.5km from St Stephens Basilica and 4.5km from Heroes Square
  • 80m from the nearest bus stop and 100m from the nearest tram stop.
  • More about this location >

Board Basis
You can change board basis on the next page

  • Your Board: Room Only
  • 1 Board options available Bed and Breakfast

Restaurants & Bars

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  • Lobby bar serving a range of local and international drinks
  • Buffet restaurant
Please note a smart dress code may apply and facilities between restaurants and bars may vary. Reservations may be required and a supplement may be payable dependent on board arrangement. Information based on previous season and could be subject to change.

Room Types
You can change room type on the next page

Standard Double room

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Your room

Additional Information

  • Please note: A TOURIST TAX OF 400 HUNGARIAN FORINT IS TO BE PAID DIRECTY TO THE HOTEL BY GUESTS UPON ARRIVAL.
  • Ideal for sightseeing
  • Ideal for shopping
  • Close to GellÚrt Thermal Baths
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Official rating: 4 star
  • Jet2holidays rating: 3 star
  • 40 rooms
  • 1 lifts
  • 7 floors
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