Are you coming to Budapest with a child? It doesn’t matter whether you stay at a hotel, an apartment or an airb’n’b accommodation, Lottirose is here to help you make your place more comfortable and child-friendly. Besides our baby equipment rental, look for our complex set of services: from family transfer to a tour guide and our printed materials we’ve created everything to make sightseeing with children in Bupapest stress free and enjoyable.
Rent a vehicle from Lottirose. When you’re traveling, your child’s favorite runbike or trike will most probably not fit in your suitcase. We will deliver it to your accommodation where it will be waiting for you and we also recommend you some routes and parks where kids can freely ride them.
Our favorite publication is “Budapest with kids” family map which includes nearlya hundred places that can be the favorite of family travelers. Little cafés, parks, playgrounds, cultural institutes: all these recommended by local moms.
A rainy day, an early morning or a lazy Sunday? Rent a toy package from us that we will assemble so that your child will find it interesting and they will be age appropriate and all thes can be waiting for you at the time of your arrival. We carefully pick the toys and we disinfect them with eco- and baby-friendly sanitizers. We will also ask you what you would like in them.
Baby-friendly downtown hotel o rapartment? In most places it means only a baby cot and a high chair but there are so many other smaller items that you need to make a space safe and comfortable even for the youngest. Step stools, potties, safety gates, play mats, corner protectors – ask from Lottirose and we will make you accommodation home-like even before you arrive.
In order to make your sightseeing in Budapest a real fun experience for everybody, you need a comfortable, easily manouverable stroller. We know which types fit Budapest best: leave your stroller at home and rent one from us. In our wide range of choice you will find high quality brands that we picked after thorough testing.
All photo credit goes to Farkas Lackó /Apukaland