My flat is found in a historical block of flats at the corner of Kiraly Street and Csengery Street, in the Jewish Quarter.
It was built in the 1920s and I love this because it has a history.
This is a typical upper-middle class block of flats with a huge gate, quiet inner courtyard and unique atmosphere.
The public transport is well-organised, safe and cheap in Budapest and in recent years it has been developing. The Kitchen Pixie Budapest is very easy access in the downtown, next to Andrassy Avenue and Terez Boulevard (both are 2 or 3 minutes on foot), but we would like to help you, if you come to us by public transport.
Here are 4 drifferent ways, if you use the public transport:
- From Deák Square you can take subway M1 (yellow line) to Oktogon. Walk on Andrassy Aveneu toward the Heroes’ Square and the second street is Csengery utca (Street). Here turn left and go up to Csengery – Kiraly corner. You find our block of flats at the corner. It is just a 6-minute walk (500 m). The whole journey takes 10 minutes only.
- From Ferenciek Square you can take buses 7 or 107 to Blaha Lujza Square. Here change to trams 4 or 6 and come 2 stops to Kiraly Strret. From there it is only a few minutes walk from our flat. This journey takes 15 minutes.
- From Arany Janos tér (Square) you can come directly if you take trolleybus 73 to the corner of Izabella Street and Kiraly Street. You have to walk along Kiraly Strret towards the city centre. Our block of flats is 260 metres far. The whole journey takes 15 minutes as well.
- If you come from Buda side, for example Szell Kalman Square. You take trams 4 or 6 to the corner of Terez Boulevard and Kiraly Street. It is 8 stops. At the corner of Kiraly Street walk along until No.77. It is 270 metres on foot. This journey takes 20 minutes.
If you would like to take a taxi it will cost you maximum 1500 Ft (one way) from Deák Square and the journey will take 6-8 minutes. In Hungary taxis are safe and not too expensive. Every taxi is yellow and costs the same.