Apartment for rent from € 50/day in Budapest

Name/Address: Apartment Rhapsody.
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Apartment Rhapsody (76sqm) is a beautiful 2 bedroom apartment located on the mezzanine floor of a historic classic style apartment building (1911) overlooking a quiet one-way street and a central courtyard. Rhapsody has many original features including parquetry floors, double doors, high ceilings and large windows. Rhapsody was recently renovated and is spacious and comfortable and offers a wonderful home-away-from-home atmosphere for families and groups up to 6 people. Rhapsody is equipped with WIFI, cable TV (English channels), USB/I-pod Hi-fi, washing machine and full kitchen facilities. The bedrooms are queen and double, and the living room has a double sofa bed. The kitchen has a separate dining area. Guests can stroll along the Danube to watch the sun set over the Buda Hills and Margit Bridge, relaxin the local park, walk to Margit Island, enjoy cake and coffee in one of the many fine cafes, dine in one of the many excellent local restaurants, or shop in one of the many interesting local shops. Rhapsody is located in the desirable 13 district, only one minute walk to the Danube River and a panoramic view of Margit Island and the Buda Hills. The neighbourhood is distinctly Hungarian, offering an authentic experience in a non-touristy part of down-town Pest.The apartment is nestled between the Danube, Jászai Mari Park, Margit Bridge, and the Pozsonyi Street pedestrian zone. Rhapsody is a comfortable walking distance to the major attractions, or public transport is around the corner. The Parliament is a 10 minute stroll along Falk Miksa Street where the best antique shops in Budapest are located. You will have a breathtaking view of Parliament, the Castle District and the Chain Bridge as you travel on the famous number 2 tram along the Danube on your way to the Great Market Hall, Vorosmarty Square and Vaci Street. Or jump on the number 4/6 tram to the Opera House, elegant Andrassy Avenue, and Szerenchyi Baths, or over the bridge to the Castle District in Buda.The West End City Shopping Centre, Nyugati metro and railway station, and the trolley bus to Keleti railway station are short walks away.

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