Looking for a hostel in Budapest? Look no further, all the good deals in Budapest are on Dorms.com. Like thousands of other people every month, book your hostel securely at the best price in all neighbourhoods of Budapest. On this site, you can easily find a hostel downtown, in a trendy neighbourhood; a hostel in the student- university district, close to bus or train stations, airports or major attractions of Budapest.
Our Hostel is located in a charming leafy residential area in a quiet street with excellent transport links to visit all of the great tourist attractions and historical sites of Budapest. The hostel is 10 minutes ride or 25 minutes walk to the city center with fantastic 24 hour public transport. 10 minutes walk to the famous Gellert Hill with a beautiful panoramic view of Budapest with all of it's bridges also a 10 minute walk to Allee shopping mall and an amazing fresh farmers market.
With its location just 10 minutes from the Oktogon Metro in the middle of the city, it is clear that the DBC hostel in Budapest has the potential for offering a substantial amount at a budget price . DBC Hostel is a very sociable place where people from all around the world come together to share their common interest in Budapest. Check out our rooms and common areas, our friendly staff awaits you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
Our hostel is 2 minutes from the all day running tram line 4 and 6, and 5 minutes from M3 (Blue) Metro line so all the main sightseeing can be reached in around 30-40 minutes. We are in the same building as Parapark, the first room escape game in the galaxy and a brand new pub / meeting point will open soon also in the same building.
Our Hostel takes place on the edge of the city center what makes it cheaper while you can find everything you need around us. Besides this, the public transportation is very good around us so whenever you feel like to go somewhere you can reach anything very easily. Plus the non-stop tram line 6 is like 5 minutes of walking from us so you can come home anytime after a hard party either.
As you step out to the street you can see the dome of the St. Stephen's Basilica, which was named after the first ruler of Hungary :) The modern and safe Broadway Hostel features a home cinema, a kitchen, a laundry, a comfortable sitting room and a wide range of programmes available at the 24-hour reception. There are several restaurants, bars, pubs and night clubs in the vicinity.
The area is home to many small streets originating in the Middle Ages, now offering a variety of culture, great restaurants, traditional coffee houses, bars. Most of the city's tourist attractions are within 15 minutes on foot, including the Castle area on the Buda side and the famous ruin pubs too. Thermal baths, underground cave tours ,city biking ,wine tasting ,danube cruises..all possible in our area.
Buda. Pest. Two ancient settlements that joined forces in 1873 to form one of Europe's most enchanting capitals. But don’t take our word for it – modern Budapest welcomes more than four million visitors every year. For backpackers and hostel groups, it’s a dream: there are cheap hostels throughout, so you can base yourself in a city centre or downtown hostel without putting a serious hole in your pocket. That means you can explore Budapest’s treasures right from your youth hostel dorm. Wrap your eyes around the extraordinary Gothic Parliament building, the UNESCO-listed Buda Castle and the awe-inspiring art nouveau architecture – then relax in the thermal springs and spas. This is a city that lifts the mind and the spirits. Four million visitors can’t be wrong, can they?
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Budapest Franz Liszt International Airport is served by airlines include Wizz Air, British Airways, Easyjet, Ryanair and Jet2. You can reach the city centre and its hostels by train, bus and shuttle minibus.
Backpackers travelling by rail arrive at Budapest's Keleti station, with connection to various Hungarian cities, plus most capitals in Central and Eastern Europe, including Berlin, Vienna, Prague, Bratislava, Warsaw and Belgrade.
The national bus service, Volán Association, connects to most places in Hungary, while cities across Western and Eastern Europe can be reached using either Eurolines or Orangeways.
Budapest is a pleasure to walk around, so a city centre hostel will give you easy access to most attractions. But a few big sights are a little way out, and that's where the city’s cheap and reliable transport system comes in handy. Single journeys on the metro, bus or tram systems cost just 350 HUF (80p), while travelcards cost just 1,650 HUF (£3.70) for 24 hours, 4,500 HUF (£10) for 72 hours and 4,950 HUF (£11) for the week.
Currency: Hungarian Forint (HUF)
Voltage: 230 volts
Timezone: Central European Time (GMT+1) / Central European Summer Time (GMT+2)
Dialing code: +36-1
Post Office: TESCO Post Office, Pillangó utca 15, 1149
Hospitals: Szent Imre Kórház, Tétényi út 12-16, 1115
Tourist information: Sütő utca 2, 1052
Opening hours: 10am to 6pm weekdays, 10am to 1pm Saturdays, closed Sundays
Emergency number: 112 for police, ambulance and fire services