It's a basic apartment located in a big nice early 20 century building in the heart of the city. The apartment is very old, but functional. The ceilings are high. It is quite in the room. The interior is old and simple. Enjoy Eastern European atmosphere! :)
I am ready to negotiate special discounts for long-term (over 7 days) stay.
There are 2 rooms in the flat. I live in one of them alone at the moment, the second one I give for a rent. The rooms are separated from each other so that one may enter each of the rooms from a corridor.
Currently I am letting for rent the room with 1 window. The room looks a bit differently than on the pictures now. There have been the following changes: I brought one more bed in the room and relocated the drawer. It looks better this way to my taste.
The apartment is on the 1st floor.
The wifi is generally quite fast.
There are two beds of the same kind in the room. The beds stay close to each other so that they form a kind of a big bed for two persons. The beds can also be separated to form two separate single beds.
Although there is no air-conditioning in the flat, the temperature is OK here even in hot summer days
I play classical guitar and sometimes I may have some practice in my room. However, it does not take longer then around 40 mintues per day. Classical guitar is a very calm and quite instrument. So it may not disturb you a lot.
Guests will have access to all facilities available in the flat: shower, toilette, washing machine, kitchen, refrigerator, kitchen stove, free Wi-Fi etc
I am happy to talk to guests, to recommend interesting places to visit, to recommend cafes and restaurants and if I have time to make tourist guides through the city.
This place is the best for those who would like to do a lot of sightseeing, as it is located close to most of the interesting places in the city. A lot of restaurants, cafes, clubs, museums and sightseeing are in the neighborhood
2 minutes from metro. Very good transport access
Please, consider that it is an old budget apartment in the very center of the city.
I am from Ukraine. I speak English, Russian and Ukrainian. I also study German little by little. During 2012-2014 I studied History at the Central European Univeristy. Now, I have got a job in Budapest and I am going to stay here for a as long as I do not find any better work opportunity elsewhere. I like Budapest a lot. I like travelling, sports, nature, music, literature, philosophy and stuff like that. I like to talk to people. I think that life is an interesting thing and I like to explore new aspects of life.