East Side Hostel
Jókai utca 38. I/2, Budapest, Hungary


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With a new and improved location (but the same friendly spirit), East Side Hostel is back in Budapest to provide visitors to Hungary with clean and cosy budget-priced accommodations with a laid-back feeling. Our spacious new facilities are located in the heart of the city within steps of the main railway station, (Nyugati Palyaudvar), on the subway (M3) and major tram (No.4 and 6) lines. Many major Budapest landmarks are in walking distance - not to mention many nightclubs and open-air beer gardens, and the West End shopping mall, making this a perfect base of operations for summertime fun.

Our new building in one of Pest's most central neighborhoods is secure, quiet, and easily accessible from either the airport or Budapest's railway stations, with the nearest underground station located just around the corner. Furthermore, our experienced staff is happy to help you find your way around the city, whether you're looking for Budapest's best museums and cultural sights or for good (and cheap) restaurants and bars.

Whether you're searching for dormitory accommodations, private rooms, or entire apartments, East Side Hostel is Budapest's best choice for enjoying your stay to the fullest. East Side Hostel - the grooviest in Budapest!


FREE LINEN
FREE CABLE TV
FREE CITY MAPS
TAX INCLUDED IN PRICE
FREE TEA
FREE COFFEE
FREE WELCOME DRINK
NO HIDDEN CATCHES
NO EXTRA CHARGES

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When using Budapest's public transportation, make sure you buy tickets beforehand. They cost 320 forints per ride, and are available at the airport and every metro station, also at newsagent's and vending machines. A single ticket is valid for one uninterrupted trip without change on BKV bus, tram, underground, trolleybus, cogwheel railway services on the whole length of the lines but on HV suburban railway only within the administrative boundaries of Budapest. But during the time of validity you can change lines within the metro network (metro lines 1, 2 or 3). It doesn't entitle you to an interrupted trip or for a return trip. On the metro lines, tickets have to be validated before starting your trip and on other vehicles immediately after boarding. You can use them for 60 minutes after stamping, and on the night service for 120 minutes. The ticket has to be presented and handed over on the request of a ticket inspector. A 10-piece discount coupon book is also available for 2,800 forints. Alternatively, if you intend to stay longer, you may opt for a Budapest card or a pass.

You may learn more about the public transport system of Budapest, with all the current timetables and the ticket and pass options with all sorts of additional information at: http://www.bkv.hu/en/ and about the Budapest card here: http://www.budapest-card.com/blue-card.html

From Nyugati railway station:
Leave the building of the railway station through the main entrance, and turn left. Cross the street via the first pedestrian crossing, and keep walking. On your right you will see one of the most iconic meeting points in Budapest, the rotating clock, and on the left the beginning of Jkai utca. Walk a few more metres, our hostel is in the second building from the corner, under number 38. Go the intercom, and press the code for East Side Hostel Budapest.

From Keleti railway station:
Take M2, the red metro line towards Dli plyaudvar and get off at Dek Ferenc tr (3rd stop). Here you have to transfer to M2, the blue metro line towards jpest-Kzpont. Take the metro and get off at the 2nd stop, Nyugati plyaudvar. There are two exits from the metro station, look for 'Szent Istvn krt.' sign. When you leave the station, cross the underpass, and walk towards the Burger King, then take a left, and walk up the stairs. When you reach the surface, on your right you'll see one of the most iconic meeting points in Budapest, the rotating clock, and behind it, the beginning of Jkai utca. Walk a few more metres, our hostel is in the second building from the corner, under number 38. Go the intercom, and press the code for East Side Hostel Budapest.

From Npliget bus station:
Take M2, the blue metro line towards jpest-Vroskzpont. Get off at the 8th stop, Nyugati plyaudvar. There are two exits from the metro station, look for 'Szent Istvn krt.' sign. When you leave the station, cross the underpass, and walk towards the Burger King, the take a left, and walk up the stairs. When you reach the surface, on your right you'll see one of the most iconic meeting points in Budapest, the rotating clock, and behind it, the beginning of Jkai utca. Walk a few more metres, our hostel is in the second building from the corner, under number 38. Go the intercom, and press the code for East Side Hostel Budapest.

From the airport:
Take the bus No. 200E to KÅ‘bnya-Kispest, the last stop. Here you have to transfer to M2, the blue metro line towards jpest-Kzpont. Take the metro and get off at the 12th stop, Nyugati plyaudvar. There are two exits from the metro station, look for 'Szent Istvn krt.' sign. When you leave the station, cross the underpass, and walk towards the Burger King, then take a left, and walk up the stairs. When you reach the surface, on your right you'll see one of the most iconic meeting points in Budapest, the rotating clock, and behind it, the beginning of Jkai utca. Walk a few more metres, our hostel is in the second building from the corner, under number 38. Go the interc
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