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Apartments near St. Stephen's Basilica: Budapest

The capital of Hungary, the enigmatic city of Budapest, is the true jewel of Eastern Europe. They were formerly two separate cities, Buda and Pest, which faced both banks of the Danube River, until they merged into the magnificent city of 1873. Because of its location and its wealth, the city was the scene of numerous settlements, invasions and conflicts. It was crossed by a lot of cultures, from the Celts to the Mongols, and the Ottomans. The city hosts more tourists every year than permanent residents due its varied architectural beauties, culture, landscapes, and extensive historical heritage.

One of the most visited historical buildings by visitors is the splendid St. Stephen’s Basilica. Its name is owed to the first king of Hungary, who lived between 975 and 1038 AC. The legend says that the right hand of the monarch lies in the reliquary of the basilica.

After half a century under construction, the 96-meter high building was completed in 1905. The original plans correspond to the architect Miklós Ybl, who conceived it in a neoclassical style, based on a plant in the shape of a Greek cross. From the top of its towers you can appreciate a magnificent view of the city of Budapest. Rent an apartment near St. Stephen’s Basilica, and enjoy the melodic sound of its historic bells.

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Accommodation near St. Stephen’s Basilica

There are countless tourist accommodations in the neighbourhood since it is located in the centre of Budapest. There are international hotels, youth hostels, and guest houses that offer a wide range of price and size. However, it is advisable to get your own place to be able to live this Eastern Europe experience to the most. In the traditional buildings that merge with the history and culture of the city, you will find classic apartments where you will feel really involved in the lifestyle of Budapest. Our fully furnished accommodations will be the perfect setting for your vacation; we have accommodations with views of the basilica, near the Danube, with several large rooms or studios for couples or solitary travellers. You can choose the one that best suits your needs and your tastes.

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How to get to St. Stephen’s Basilica

St. Stephen’s Basilica lies in the centre of the city, so it is not difficult to get there. If you come from the Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, you can get to the Basilica of St. Stephen by taking bus 100E in which goes to Deák Ferenc tér M and get off at the last stop. The trip takes approximately 45 minutes.

From the Budapest-Keleti central train station you can take a taxi that will get you at St. Stephen's Basilica in about ten minutes or take the underground (line M2) towards Déli pályaudvar M and get off at Deák Ferenc Square, just a hundred meters from the basilica. The underground ride takes about fifteen minutes.

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