Budapest is a city full of things to see and do, from wandering around historic buildings St. Stephen's Basilica and museums like the Hungarian National Gallery to enjoying good food and wine on a night out. With so much going on, you'll need a good base from which to experience it all, which is where these Budapest apartments come in. Find your home in Hungary with our selection of five.
In among the bars, cafes, restaurants and ruin pubs of Budapest's 6th District are the Vagabond Downtown apartments. They're a short walk from many of Budapest's major attractions, including the State Opera House, St Stephen's Basilica, and the Dohany Street Synagogue and Jewish Museum.
You can choose from a range of different self-catering options, from the Deluxe Studio with dining and sitting area to the three-bedroom Superior Apartment with separate living space and two bathrooms. The closest main metro station is Deák Ferenc Square, with connections throughout the city.
Combining the freedom of your own apartment with the services of a traditional hotel, the Nova City Aparthotel in Erzsebetvaros is in a great location for exploring the main sights of the city. Kiraly street, the main thoroughfare in Pest packed with shops, restaurants and some of the city's best nightlife, is a 15-minute walk from the apartments, as is the Jewish Quarter and Heroes Square.
All the apartments come with a kitchen, flatscreen TV with satellite channels and a washing machine. Free WiFi is available throughout.
In Jozsefvaros, close to the ruin pubs of the Jewish Quarter and the Dohany Street Synagogue, the Grand Budapest Apartments offer accommodation from where you can head out to explore much of the city on foot. Other landmarks close to the apartments include the Hungarian National Museum and the Gellert Baths.
There are different apartments available, from one-bedroom apartments for couples to family friendly two- and three-bedroom apartments. All come with fully equipped kitchen, free WiFi and LCD television.
There are many interesting landmarks close to the Broadway Apartments in Terezvaros, including the State Opera House, St Stephen's Basilica and the Chain Bridge, linking Pest to Buda on the opposite side of the Danube and Buda Castle and its attractions.
There's a range of different accommodation options to choose from, from studios to two-bedroom apartments and the apartments have a garden and a bar/lounge for guests to use. Each apartment or studio has a kitchen, cable television, coffee maker and free WiFi.
For a little luxury during your time in the city, take a look at the Adina Apartment Hotel Budapest. It's located to the north of the city centre, close to the idyllic Margaret Island and all its attractions, as well as City Park for the Museum of Fine Arts and the world-famous Széchenyi thermal baths.
The apartment hotel has its own pool and sauna, and you can choose from one- and two-bedroom apartments or studio. You can expect a full kitchen, free WiFi and room service, as well as on-site parking.
For more great self-catering accommodation in the Hungarian capital, take a look at our Top Apart Hotels in Budapest.