ID 23272
District: II./Buda
Type: apartment
Street: upon request
Size: 66 m2
Rent Fee: 1100 EUR
Number of bedrooms: 2
Livingroom: m2
Bathroom: 1Showers:
Kitchen: open-plan
Furniture: furnished if needed
Garage: 1Parking Place: 0
Garden: shared
Year of renovation:
Two bedroom apartment in Buda's favorite green district of Rosehill in a condominium with a 24 hour reception and parking for one vehicle. The apartment has an open plan kitchen, bathroom, guest toilet and a large terrace overlooking the beautifully landscaped garden. Currently unfurnished but can be furnished upon request.
District: II./BudaID 23436
Size: 100 m2Rental Fee: 1200 EUR
Bedroom(s): 3Bath(s): 1Garage(s): 0
Jamal Khashoggi case: Turkish police 'search forest'
Turkish officials believe the Saudi journalist's body may have been disposed of outside Istanbul.
China's third quarter growth misses expectations at 6.5%
Growth in the world's second-largest economy cooled as Beijing battles rising financial threats.
Meng Hongwei: Former Interpol chief's wife 'not sure he's alive'
Grace Meng says "cruel" China is persecuting him – and that she's now a target – in her first UK media interview.
Royal tour: Harry and Meghan kick off their shoes on Bondi Beach
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex kick off their shoes during an official visit to the Sydney landmark.
Keira Knightley bans daughter from watching some Disney films
The actress told Ellen DeGeneres she bans Cinderella and The Little Mermaid due to their portrayal of women.
Radical preacher Anjem Choudary released in UK
The cleric is let out of prison after being jailed in 2016 for inviting support for the Islamic State group.
Brexit: EU ready to extend transition period
Theresa May says both sides are determined to reach a deal, despite no major breakthrough.
Migrant caravan: Mexico sends police to southern border
The move follows President Trump's threat to close the US-Mexico border and cut aid.
Top Afghan commander Raziq killed in Kandahar gun attack
A bodyguard kills the Kandahar police chief, but US commander Scott Miller escapes unhurt.
Mercury: Learning from the strangest planet
The first European mission to explore Mercury will begin Saturday: What could it teach us?
Cannabis in Canada: Shortages, fines and Girl Guide cookies
Elation is mixed with disappointment, as retailers quickly sell out and turn away customers.
Baby joins the All 50 States Club
Harper is now the youngest person ever to visit all 50 states of the US.
Jessikka Aro: Finn jailed over pro-Russia hate campaign against journalist
A court convicts three people over their attempts to scare investigative journalist Jessikka Aro.
Hurricane Michael: Returning to a city that no longer exists
Families from Mexico Beach are returning to homes destroyed by Hurricane Michael - or nothing at all.
Why is this African town letting mosquitoes in?
The genetically modified insects are part of a project which aims to tackle malaria in Africa.
Beer-drinking lion's trip to a Northamptonshire pub
Video from 1959 shows the day a zookeeper took a lion to a village pub, scaring the customers.
Quiz of the Week: What baby present was 'awesome'?
It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world during the past seven days?
Nigerian amputee football team captain on how the sport changed his life
Emmanuel Ibeawuchi is captain of Nigeria's amputee national team, hoping to compete at the World Cup.
In pictures: 'Eye of Istanbul' photographer Ara Guler dies at 90
The famous photojournalist chronicled the changing face of Turkey and photographed many celebrities.
Add oil: Encouraging Chinese phrase enters English dictionary
Why you might start using this Chinese expression if you want to encourage someone.
Banksy: How Love is in the Bin's shredding did not go to plan
The artist confirms the canvas was supposed to shred in full, not just partially.
Sir Paul Beresford struggles with Scottish accent
New Zealand-born MP Sir Paul Beresford struggles to understand a question from the SNP's David Linden.
Land mines: Will they continue to kill thousands?
They're history's most prolific serial killers and there's tens of millions of them out there. So why are land mines still around?
Jamal Khashoggi: Who's who in alleged Saudi 'hit squad'
Turkish police fear 15 Saudis who flew to Istanbul on 2 October may have murdered Jamal Khashoggi.
Afghanistan election: What's at stake in the parliament vote?
Afghans are set to defy threats, insecurity and fears over fraud as they vote in a new parliament.
Sabarimala: The Indian god who bars women from his temple
Why are women banned from entering the Sabarimala temple in southern India?
Malta sets stage for abortion debate
In a country where abortion is still taboo, a new play hopes to cue a genuine public discussion.
US economy under Trump: Is it the best in history?
Is the US economy under President Trump the best it's ever been?
What's the point of concept cars?
Concept cars look beautiful and futuristic, but why spend millions on them if they're never going to make it into production?
My cheating boyfriend gave me HIV - here's how I got justice
When Diane Reeve discovered that her partner was sleeping around she ended their relationship, but then she found out that he had given her HIV.
Brexit: Five things that happened at the EU Brussels summit
Theresa May has been in Belgium for a summit nicknamed the "moment of truth". So what happened?
Obamacare: The big election issue that's not Trump
Healthcare is always ranked as a crucial issue by voters in these mid-terms - is the system really broken?
Karen Carney: Football Association appalled by rape and death threats on Instagram
The Football Association urges police to tackle abuse on social media after death threats are made to England's Karen Carney.
US Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton is in Formula 1's top five, says Fernando Alonso
Four-time world champion Lewis Hamilton is one of the five greatest champions in Formula 1 history, says Fernando Alonso.
Ed Moses: Two-time Olympic champion says he was told to 'shut up' at Wada meeting
Two-time Olympic gold medallist Ed Moses says he was told to "shut up" at a World Anti-Doping Agency meeting.
Bournemouth striker Jermain Defoe gets tattoo for Bradley Lowery
Bournemouth striker Jermain Defoe gets a tattoo in memory of his friend Bradley Lowery, the Sunderland fan who died aged six after a long illness.
Premier League predictions: Lawro v cricket legend Shane Warne
BBC Sport football pundit Mark Lawrenson takes on Australia cricket legend Shane Warne to predict this weekend's Premier League results.
Jose Mourinho: Would sacking Man Utd manager be justified?
The last Premier League weekend was dominated by talk Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho was about to lose his job - but would it be justified?
Colin Kaepernick: Rihanna 'declined Super Bowl invitation in support of quarterback'
The NFL refuses to comment on reports that US singer Rihanna declined an invitation to headline the Super Bowl half-time show in support of Colin Kaepernick.
I woke up unable to speak English
Hannah Jenkins survived a cycling accident - but woke up no longer being able to understand English.
How chemical weapons have helped bring Assad close to victory
A BBC investigation has found that at least 106 chemical attacks have taken place since mid-2014.
The weird world of a Kim Jong-un impersonator
Every time the North Korean leader makes the news, two very unlikely beneficiaries prepare for their phones to start ringing.

© 2009 - Real Home Agency