Hungary, Budapest and District, Budapest City, Budapest
Alan Rogers Review
Camping Haller is very much a city site, set in a park in the centre of Budapest. It has 100 pitches available for touring, on a new, open area, most with hardstanding and some in the shade of mature trees, all with 16A electricity. The site is close to buses, the metro and trams for visiting the beautiful city of Budapest. From the site it is a few hundred metres walk to the banks of the Danube where you can enjoy an evening stroll after a day visiting the town.
Budapest is the bustling capital of Hungary with over 200 museums, more than 80 thermal spas and many large, new shopping malls. The castle area with the Royal palace and the Mátyás church are well worth a visit, as is Hero’s Square and the big park behind it. Relaxation can be enjoyed on Margit island in the Danube. Eating and drinking are important in Hungary. Look carefully and find a good place to enjoy a real Hungarian ‘gulyás soup’.
Sanitary facilities are next to reception with WCs and free hot showers. Washing machine. Restaurant. Free WiFi over site. English is spoken.
Coming from Vienna via the M1 follow signs for Petofi Hid (bridge). Cross the bridge and turn immediately right. After about 1 km. turn left onto Vágóhíd utca (do not take the Haller utca). After 750 m turn left into the entrance to the Obester utca (one-way).Link to campsite location map on google
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|N47 28 32||W19 4 58|