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4 x Nights in Budapest for Just £68pp (Total £137) Including Flights and Apartment @ Agoda
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4 x Nights in Budapest for Just £68pp (Total £137) Including Flights and Apartment @ Agoda

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Posted 27th Oct

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This deal is based on 2 people flying out from London Stansted on Friday 10th January, returning Tuesday 14th January and staying in well reviewed 3* Corvin Point Rooms and Apartments.

There are plenty of other dates around January from Stansted for around the same price. There are also similar prices from Doncaster, Manchester, Nottingham, Edinburgh, Liverpool and Glasgow.

It’ll be super cold in January so make sure you wrap up warm!

As you have 4 days here you will have plenty of time to visit the sites and don’t forget to visit one of the beautiful thermal baths, we went in the evening when it was dark, loved it!

I’ve chosen the 3* Corvin Point Rooms and Apartments which are only a short walk from the heart of the city. The room has a private bathroom and has amazing reviews on TripAdvisor with an average score of 4.5/5.

There is plenty of other accommodation to choose from, you can save a bit of money if you don’t mind sharing a bathroom or if you don’t mind staying a bit further out of town.

As the flights are with Ryanair it doesn’t include any checked luggage and no cabin bag sized hand luggage, it does however include a rucksack sized hand luggage. If you add priority boarding it is £15 each return and this will mean you can carry a 10kg cabin sized bag and a backpack. It maybe worth trying to pack everything into a rucksack as it’s only a short night trip or sharing a cabin bag if you want to keep the price down!

Price breakdown

Flights booked through Ryanair - £47.96

Hotel booked through Agoda - £88.60

Total price for 2 people - £136.56

Total price each - £68.28

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Total price including priority boarding - £166.96

Total price each - £83.28

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Lovely place, lovely people..... just a shame it’s Ryanair! (Because there probably isn’t a company that cares less about their customers, once they have your money than Ryanair
p-e-t-e27/10/2019 16:48

Lovely place, lovely people..... just a shame it’s Ryanair! (Because there …Lovely place, lovely people..... just a shame it’s Ryanair! (Because there probably isn’t a company that cares less about their customers, once they have your money than Ryanair


Nothing wrong with Ryanair, you get what you pay for and more! Let's not forget your talking about the cost of a taxi for a flight to Budapest or wherever you're going!
It costs me less to fly from Dublin to London return with Ryanair than the bus to the airport or even a 10 mile taxi at home.
Corvin Plaza and Apartments are a
20+min walk and metro ride to the centre. Worth paying a bit more for a more central location.
Edited by: "Grahamdue" 27th Oct
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PhilTop29/10/2019 20:08

Only free if you are over 65 and an EU citizen. You can purchase a …Only free if you are over 65 and an EU citizen. You can purchase a Budapest travel card but public transport is not free.


I'm over 65. I'm from the UK. Public transport for me in Hungary is free if I show my UK passport.
ritchiedrama29/10/2019 22:12

I'll bite. What happened?


Really bad drug problem. Harassing us. Taxis are dodgy. Almost got kidnapped by a driver with about 5 others with him. Seems lovely for couples but would never go with group of lads, and I'd stay near the bridge.
Dadeuce29/10/2019 20:00

Here we were all wondering whether you would go back. Thanks for that …Here we were all wondering whether you would go back. Thanks for that helpful info mate


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Hadn't realised I'd signed up to give my full reasoning by making an off the Cuff comment, but above is the reasons. That OK?
darrenpbond29/10/2019 23:06

Really bad drug problem. Harassing us. Taxis are dodgy. Almost got …Really bad drug problem. Harassing us. Taxis are dodgy. Almost got kidnapped by a driver with about 5 others with him. Seems lovely for couples but would never go with group of lads, and I'd stay near the bridge.


Ok, so what you did was not research how to holiday in a European city safely. Most cities in Europe are like that, especially taxi's and people harassing, however, the drug problem I have no idea what you're talking about. I've been to Budapest 3 times, and experienced none of what you've mentioned, however.
ritchiedrama29/10/2019 23:45

Ok, so what you did was not research how to holiday in a European city …Ok, so what you did was not research how to holiday in a European city safely. Most cities in Europe are like that, especially taxi's and people harassing, however, the drug problem I have no idea what you're talking about. I've been to Budapest 3 times, and experienced none of what you've mentioned, however.


No, not at all. Researched a lot. The reason I was safe. Didn't get in any taxis if that's what you were incorrectly assuming! The moment it went around 7-8pm,every single corner had a drug dealer or five offering you cocaine. I've been to Krakow and Prague. I'm not naive. I expect it, but this was another level and we're harassed.
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p-e-t-e27/10/2019 16:48

Lovely place, lovely people..... just a shame it’s Ryanair! (Because there …Lovely place, lovely people..... just a shame it’s Ryanair! (Because there probably isn’t a company that cares less about their customers, once they have your money than Ryanair


Should they care when they have your £19 ? not as if you are buying a new car. excellent safety record that is caring enough for me.
jyonda29/10/2019 07:00

For an excellent meal go to Pomo D'Oro. For the best cakes and pastries …For an excellent meal go to Pomo D'Oro. For the best cakes and pastries including Pogacsa go to Daubner bakery.


Bock bistro is another excellent restaurant which is also a famous Hungarian wine producer (reds, not Tokaji sweet wines). For some real Hungarian food head over to the butchers on Budafoki ut - Hús-hentesáru, where you can get some cooked Hurka.
Edited by: "jyonda" 30th Oct
I've just returned from Budapest yesterday and I'm looking at flights with EasyJet right now to go back. This deal is no good for me, nothing wrong with Ryanair but they don't fly from Gatwick to Budapest
thomasleep30/10/2019 10:09

Should they care when they have your £19 ? not as if you are buying a new …Should they care when they have your £19 ? not as if you are buying a new car. excellent safety record that is caring enough for me.


Ryanair are great. If you hate them but fly at 10 quid a journey you will be losing them money. I think I read somewhere that they make something like 58 Euro per passenger on average and need 42 Euro to start turning a profit. I have flown them. about 80 times and reckon I average 25-30 Euro per journey. I have done loads of 10 pound flights (well 15 with 2 of us and checking 1 10kg bag) and back in the day did many 1p all in flights paid with Visa Electron to avoid card charges.
RedDevilPJB27/10/2019 17:32

Nothing wrong with Ryanair, you get what you pay for and more! Let's not …Nothing wrong with Ryanair, you get what you pay for and more! Let's not forget your talking about the cost of a taxi for a flight to Budapest or wherever you're going!



More leg room on Ryanair than BA now with their space-saver seats...
peakbear31/10/2019 07:09

Ryanair are great. If you hate them but fly at 10 quid a journey you will …Ryanair are great. If you hate them but fly at 10 quid a journey you will be losing them money. I think I read somewhere that they make something like 58 Euro per passenger on average and need 42 Euro to start turning a profit. I have flown them. about 80 times and reckon I average 25-30 Euro per journey. I have done loads of 10 pound flights (well 15 with 2 of us and checking 1 10kg bag) and back in the day did many 1p all in flights paid with Visa Electron to avoid card charges.


not sure why you told me all that but thanks i suppose
I don't think it will be warm enough for the outdoor pool but hot deal.
Nothing wrong with Ryanair
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