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Flat for rent for max. 2 person in Ráday street in 9th district in Budapest. The inner part of 9th district is located along the Ráday street, up from the Southern part of Grand Boulvard to Kálvin Square and to Liberty Bridge and back to Grand Boulvard along the Danube. Ráday street is a colourful and vibrant street with coffeeshops,restaurants, pubs, exhibition centers and galleries.
Guests can use the bedroom, which can be locked and works as a separate room. I live here permanently, which means guests and I will share the flat. My flat was renovated in 2009 (living room, bedroom, kitchen, toilet). I also have a small dog who is living with me. During the day my dog is with me at my workplace, therefore will not disturb you. The dog cannot go to your room.
Public transport is just excellent. (At Kálvin-squer: tram No. 47, 49, bus No. 9, 15, merto M3 "blue line" or just simply rent a bike from me, which is probably the best thing to do). You can find Gellért Spa, Gellért Hill, The Big Market or National Museum either in walking distance or just one or two tram stops away.
If you're fed up with the hustle and bustle of Ráday street you can find a hidden garden in the backyard and easily could be your own ruin pub in Budapest. It is always locked but you will have the possibilty to use it if you keep the policy of the house.
Welcome drink (a glass of quality Hungarian wine - red, white or dessert - as you wish :)
Free Internet & WIFI
Free use of TV
Beds made for you when you arrive
Free use of bed linen & towels
Free use of iron and hairdryer
Free use of kitchen: microwave oven, oven,coffee machine
Free tea and coffee
Free use of washing-machine (washing powder/rinse fluid is not included)
Help to plan your programmes (especially wine tasting nights in Budapest)
Nem dohányzó vendégek jelentkezését várom - Non smokers guests only
Cancella fino a 7 giorni prima del viaggio e ricevi un rimborso del 50%, più i costi del servizio.
My name is Miklós. I like to travel a lot, visting new places, people and cultures. Since I am a wine journalist I especially like to visit wine countries. Tasting wine helps me to open doors to a completely different world from ordinary. Gives you the time of thinking over your glass (you cannot taste wine in a hurry... :)
Favourite book: The Picture of Dorian Gray (Oscar Wilde)
Favourite movie: Adam's apples (Anders Thomas Jensen)