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You Can Stay in a 'Game of Thrones'-Themed Airbnb for Only $43 a Night

July 18, 2019
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You Can Stay in a 'Game of Thrones'-Themed Airbnb for Only $43 a Night
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Winter is here... Well, specifically in Budapest, Hungary and in the form of a $43 a night Airbnb. If you're planning a trip to the Hungarian capital soon and still can't get the HBO hit out of your head, we just found the place you're going to want to stay.

The apartment is located in the "so called entertainment district" according to the listing, also known as Erzsébetváros on the Pest side of the city. This is where you'll even find Budapest's famous ruin bars, including Szimpla Kert. The Airbnb itself, though, is on a "quiet street" a few blocks from the hustle and bustle.

According to the listing, it comes with a fully-equipped kitchen and a brand-new bathroom, perfect for two or three people. There's a double bed on top of the loft, and another below it. It has Wi-Fi, too, in case you're not a die-hard fan of the show and need to Google who the "Mother of Dragons" is. Oh, and let's not forget the coat of armor and decorations all over the walls.

Image courtesy of Airbnb
Image courtesy of Airbnb

The flat has glowing reviews, too — and even if you're not a GoT fan, it's hard to beat that price. Before you book, though, make sure you have a card that earns you bonus points on Airbnb stays, such as the Chase Sapphire Reserve (3x) or Chase Sapphire Preferred Card (2x), and don't forget to check out our tips for finding the perfect Airbnb and the best things to pack.

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