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CCA46 Weiner Leó
Sleeps max: 5
Number of rooms: 3
Size: 53 m2
From: € 89.00
Address: Budapest, Weiner Leó utca
Floor: 3
Short description: This flat is completely refurbished (walls are repainted with nice colours, cosy furniture, all equipments needed). It has two detached bedrooms, a comfortable living room. Kitchen is modern and fully equipped, separated from dining area. The view from the flat is street and yard facing, which is really advantageous, because the two bedrooms are quiet, and the hall is very bright.
Seasons Dates Rates
2011 /
2012
  Low 04. January - 31. March, 01. November - 17. December € 89.00 / 0  
  High 01. April - 31. October € 109.00 / 0  
  Peak 22. April 2011. - 25. April 2011., 22. July 2011. - 22. August 2011., 17. December 2011. - 03. January 2012. € 139.00 / 0  
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Full description:

General description:

This flat is completely refurbished (walls are repainted with nice colours, cosy furniture, all equipments needed). It has two detached bedrooms, a comfortable living room. Kitchen is modern and fully equipped, separated from dining area. The view from the flat is street and yard facing, which is really advantageous, because the two bedrooms are quiet, and the hall is very bright.

 

Area:                    

The apartment is located in the heart of the city, close to the Oktogon, Westend City Center (shopping mall) and the Andrássy Avenue. The attractions of Budapest, as the City Park, the Heroes’ Square can be reached within a few minutes walk. If you need cultural facility the Operetta Theatre is just right in the next street.

 

Facilities: 

Entrance: coat hanger, mirror, wardrobe with mirror, iron, ironing board, dining table (with 4 chairs)

Kitchen: fully equipped with fridge, gas oven, electric kettle, canteen of cutlery, dishes, plates, various glasses, microwave, washing machine, cleaning set

Bedroom 1 (small): single bed, working desk with chair and lamp, shelves (5p), wardrobe, hangers, carpet, beddings (pillows- covers, blanket, cover, sheet)

Bedroom 2 (big): double size bed, night desks with lamps (2p), wardrobe, hangers, working desk with chair and lamp, carpet, clothing line, beddings (pillows, covers, blanket and cover- sheet

Living room: sofa, two armchairs, TV (with shelf), book shelves (2p), small tables (2p), standing lamps (2p), carpet

Bathroom: shower, sink, toilette, mirror, cleaning set, chrome shelf, glass shelf, towels (big)

 

Transport:

Travelling is very easy from Weiner Leo Street as it’s at the corner of Podmaniczky Street and Nagymező Str. There go three trolley-buses as number 72 – takes you to the Zoo or to Heroes’ Square – or 73 comes from Keleti Station just as number 76. Just 10 minutes and you get to Nyugati Square, take tram 4 or 6 that lead you to Margaret Island or in other way through South Pest to South Buda. From Nyugati Station use Metro 3 (blue line) or you can swap metro lines at Deák Square to Metro 2 (red line) that goes to Buda directly or to Metro 1 (yellow line) runs via Heroes’ Square. Some night buses stop around the flat – mostly at Nyugati - as like 950, 914 (night version of tram 14) via North Pest, 906 (night version of tram 6), or bus 931 (from North Buda).

 


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