Budapest is the capital of Hungary, the political, educational, industrial, and commercial and traffic center of the country as well as an important city of health spas. It is the eighth most populous city in the European Union. Thanks to its geographical environment, it is considered to be one of the most beautifully capitals in the world. The Budapest of today had become a metropolis in the last third of the 19th century and in the 20th century. It has several sites of world heritage. Budapest has had 23 districts since 1994, the districts are basically numbered clockwise.
11 types of public transport are available in Budapest as well as 3 underground lines, 4 electric commuter trains, 29 tramlines and over 200 bus lines.
Tourist attractions in the town and surrounding areas
The panorama of the banks of the River Danube - World Heritage site Andrássy road and its historical environment – World Heritage site Buda Castle District – World Heritage site Matthias Church, Fisherman’s Bastion, Gellért Hill, Funicular, Chair lift, Cog-wheel train, Heroes’ Place, Metropolitan Zoo, Funfair, Arts’ Palace
1. Griff Hotel*** / Bartók Béla út 152., H-1113 Budapest /
1,2 km / Prices: 17.700 HUF – 27.200 HUF/night single and double rooms, additional bed, half-board Prices include: buffet breakfast, use of fitness room, use of jacuzzi and sauna once a day
2. Hotel Bara*** / Hegyalja u. 34-36., H-1118 Budapest /
http://www.hotelbara.hu/3 km / Prices: 56 EUR - 92 EUR/night single and double rooms, additional bed Prices include: buffet breakfast, bar, restaurant, underground parking
Address: Renal Care Center Budapest B. Braun Avitum Hungary, Halmi út 20-22. HU-1115 Budapest
Based on the currently valid Hungarian legal requitments, we can only treat patients from the EEA with an European Health Insurance Card. There is no possibility to invoice directly (card or cash) to a patient nor to another insurance company.
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