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Directions to Penthouse Privates

Kiraly Utca 56, 4/1, Budapest, Hungary

Map & Directions


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From Nyugati train station:

Take the 4/6 tram, in the opposite direction of Szell Kalman Ter, for 2 stops which will be Kiraly Utca. Get off here, turn back on yourself and Kiraly Utca will be to your left.
Walk Down Kiraly utca past the first block and the entrance will be located on your right between a 2 textile shops at number 56 (we are also across from the restaurant Frici Papa if that helps!). Our buzzer is #27, just call up and we can let you in (let us know if you need help with your bags while conquering those stairs!)

From Keleti International train station:
Take the metro one stop to Blaha Luijza Ter (in the direction of Deli) and then get on the 4/6 tram in the direction of Széll Kálmán tér M for 2 stops which will be Kiraly utca.
Walk Down Kiraly utca past the first block and the entrance will be located on your right between two textile shops at number 56 (we are also across from the restaurant Frici Papa). Our buzzer is #27, just call up and I can let you in!

If you decide to take a taxi instead it should be somewhere around 2000huf usually but you need to make sure that you get into a legal cab. There tends to be tons of taxi drivers coming up to you at the train station offering you rides... they are almost always illegal cabs that will over charge you massively. The guys that are just quietly parked at the curb with rates written on the window or side that read 450huf base price;280huf per kilometer; 70huf waiting time.... those are the one's you would want to take. Then just tell them our address (Kiraly Utca 56).

From Liszt Ferenc International Airport (there are 2 options):

1. Take a taxi or an airport shuttle from the airport to the hostel. The taxis take about 25 minutes and can vary in price depending on traffic (sometimes up to 10,000huf) whereas the shuttle may take a little bit longer but the price is fixed ahead of time (under 3000huf per person and even less if you set up a return trip). The shuttle tends to be the preferred option.

2. Public transport: Take the 200E bus towards Kobanya Kispest and then take the blue metro line in the direction of Ujpest-Kozpont for 6 stops and get off at Deak Ter. When you come out of the Metro turn right on Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út for about a half a block until you can take a left onto Kiraly Utca. You will continue walking along Kiraly for about 10 minutes or about 750meters and the hostel is on the left side of the road a little past a big yellow church. The entrance will be located between 2 textile shops at number 56 (we are also across from the restaurant Frici Papa if that helps). You will need to ring #27 and I can let you in!

From Nepliget International bus station:

Take the metro from the bus station (Nepliget) to Deak Ter (6 stops) and then when you come out of the Metro turn right on Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út for about a half a block until you can take a left onto Kiraly Utca. You will continue walking along Kiraly for about 10 minutes or about 750meters and the hostel is on the left side of the road a little past a big yellow church. The entrance will be located between 2 textile shops at number 56 (we are also across from the restaurant Frici Papa if that helps). When you get here you should call up to buzzer #27!

From Deli Train Station:

Get the M2 to Deak Ferenc Ter. When you come out of the Metro turn right on Bajcsy-Zsilinszky útca for about a half a block until you can take a left onto Kiraly Utca. You will continue walking along Kiraly for about 10 minutes or about 750meters and the hostel is on the left side of the road a little past a big yellow church. The entrance will be located between 2 textile shops at number 56 (we are also across from the restaurant Frici Papa if that helps). You will need to ring #27 and I can let you in!

*IMPORTANT: for public transport, you need a ticket each time you get on a bus, tram or metro, even when you change lines. Tickets are sold at newsagent/tobacconist kiosks and every metro station. A single ride costs 350 Forint (a little over 1 Euro). Validate your ticket before you get on.
The metro runs between 4:30 am and 11:20 pm.




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