Villas in Hungary

Hungary is a mix of old and new Europe - fusing baroque architecture and grandeur with communist-era grittiness, nomadic myths and central European modernity. The country shares its borders with countries as diverse as Austria, Croatia, Serbia and Ukraine - and it sits in the territory once often referred to as Mitteleuropa. Hungary is a treasure trove in many senses - visitors will come across Roman ruins, medieval towns, Art Nouveau bathhouses and striking baroque churches, with Budapest being the crown jewel. Read more

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2 bedroom Apartment for rent in Budapest Property ID: 122028

Apartment ETELE in Budapest

Buda site 2 room renewed flat with full equipped kitchen

TypeApartment
Bedrooms2
Sleeps6
From
€280
/week
7 bedroom House for rent in Budapest Property ID: 122029

Private VILLA in Budapest

3 level luxury private Villa with swimming pool

TypeHouse
Bedrooms7
Sleeps20
From
€2200
/week
3 bedroom Apartment for rent in Budapest Property ID: 121632

Apartment BENCZUR in Budapest

Just renewed 3 rooms city apartment with full equipped kitchen.

TypeApartment
Bedrooms3
Sleeps6
From
€440
/week
2 bedroom Apartment for rent in Budapest Property ID: 122027

Apartment SZENA in Budapest

City 2 rooms apartment with excellent public transport.

TypeApartment
Bedrooms2
Sleeps6
From
€345
/week
1 bedroom Apartment for rent in Budapest Property ID: 121957

Studio BEM in Budapest

Riverside 1 room studio with full equipped kitchen

TypeApartment
Bedrooms1
Sleeps3
From
€250
/week

More about finding holiday accommodation in Hungary

Being the most visited Hungarian city, Budapest alone could keep you busy for months - with stunning sites spanning all eras. Just walking the streets is fascinating, taking in the romantic views from the bridges, including the iconic Széchenyi Chain Bridge, as you stand above the River Danube and stopping to spot the bullet holes scarring the walls of the riverside Hungarian Parliament building, left over from the 1956 uprising. At night, holiday makers will find an eclectic mix of old and new - warehouses converted into chic upscale bars, snazzy terraces and the trendy 'ruin bars' - these bars are somewhat unique set in the ruins of Budapest’s old Jewish Quarter, generally with a courtyard and several bars to take advantage of - 'Szimpla Kert' was the original and as good a place as any to start. If you feel the need to wind down on your trip to Budapest, then take advantage of the abundance of thermal waters by visiting an historic thermal bathhouse such as Széchenyi or the 16th century Rudas. In the western part of the country, another major holiday destiantion is Lake Balaton - the largest lake in Central Europe - boasting many resorts along its shoreline including Siofok and Heviz. Back To Top

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