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Szimpla Kert" - The legendary Szimpla Kert is the most complex and best-known ruin pub in Budapest. The sprawling club located at 14 Kazinczy Street offers a variety of programs every day of the we... más información

Szimpla Kert (Simple Garden) is the pioneer of our ruinpubs. It is really a cult place giving new trends. Undoubtedly the best known ruinpub among the locals and the tourists, as well. Well, it can... más información

Szimpla kert is the pearl of the Szimpla ruin pub-chain, since it was among the first pubs of this kind. The only rule is that there are no rules. The most popular pub of the Kazinczy Street hosts ... más información

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The Great Market Hall or Central Market Hall (Hungarian "Nagyvásárcsarnok") is the largest and oldest indoor market in Budapest, Hungary. It is located at the end of the famous pedestrian shopping... más información

The Great Market Hall is a concept in itself and when talking about markets it's what everyone thinks of first. It's building at Fővám Square was rightly chosen as the most beautiful market in Euro... más información

The biggest market hall of the city, the Központi Vásárcsarnok,stands right next to Pest-end of Szabadság híd. It was opened in 1897 and was renovated completely for its 100th anniversary. This mar... más información

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Cool party center: Gozsdu Udvar (meaning "Gozsdu Courtyard" in Hungarian) was named after a Romanian lawyer, Manó Gozsdu, famous for his real-estate investments. The complex bearing his name was de... más información

Gozsdu Udvar (meaning "Gozsdu Courtyard" in Hungarian) was named after a Romanian lawyer, Manó Gozsdu, famous for his real-estate investments. The complex bearing his name was designed by the famou... más información

Gozsdu-udvar (Gozsdu Courtyard) comprises seven buildings and their courtyards in the 7th district of Budapest and can be approached from Király Street, Dob Street and Holló Street. The building co... más información

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Városliget" - One of the first public parks of the world, Városliget (also referred to as City Park) was the central venue of the millennial celebrations of 1896. Contrary to legends, it is not the... más información

City Park is Budapest's second largest public park after Margaret Island, teeming with cyclists, dog walkers and strollers of all ages. It's bordered by Heroes' Square and the Millennial Monument a... más información

The City Park houses many of the city center's most popular sites such as the Zoo, the Outdoor Ice Rink, the Heroes' Square, the Museum of Fine Arts, Széchenyi Spa and the Circus. The Park itself... más información

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Instant is situated along Nagymező Street, about halfway between Nyugati and Oktogon. Originally, this place positioned itself as a traditional ruin pub in order to offer a substitute for its shut-... más información

A beloved spot of party animals, being a gigantic ruin-pub complex occupying an entire building. The themed dance floors guarantee that you will find the songs you’d like to shake it to, while mult... más información

Instant is truly the enchanted forest of Budapest's ruin pubs and bars. Featuring 26 rooms, 7 bars, 2 gardens and 7 stages, the party never stops in the nightlife of this ruin pub.

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Váci Street" - is the most renowned pedestrian shopping street of Budapest. It stretches to a little more than a mile between Vörösmarty Square and the Great Market Hall. Thankfully, the pedestrian... más información

Váci Street is probably the most famous pedestrian street of Pest, an integral part of the historical city centre, and a shopping zone in the centre of the city’s social and business life. For seve... más información

Váci Street is a renowned pedestrian shopping street in Budapest. It stretches between Vörösmarty Square and the Great Market Hall. The northern half of the street is lined with fashion stores, whi... más información

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At the time of its completion in 1885, Andrássy Avenue was considered a masterpiece of city planning and even public transport was prohibited to preserve its character. This brought about the idea ... más información

Andrássy Avenue (Hungarian: Andrássy út) is a boulevard in Budapest, Hungary, dating back to 1872. Lined with spectacular Neo-renaissance mansions and townhouses featuring fine facades and interior... más información

A Brief History of Andrássy Avenue Andrássy Avenue, recognized as a World Heritage Site, was built to connect the city center with City Park (Városliget). Construction began in 1872, and the avenue... más información

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The masterpiece venue of Miklós Ybl – one of Hungary’s greatest architects – set on the lengthy lane of Andrássy Avenue is a popular photo stop for many travelers in Budapest, and those who don’t h... más información

The Hungarian State Opera (Magyar Állami Operaház) is the masterpiece of Miklós Ybl, one of the greatest Hungarian architects of all time. The Opera was opened in 1884. The building is a splendid e... más información

The Hungarian State Opera House (Hungarian: Magyar Állami Operaház) is a neo-Renaissance opera house located in central Budapest, on Andrássy út. Originally known as the Hungarian Royal Opera House... más información

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Ötkert" - Situated on Zrínyi Street, the club Ötkert stands just a few minutes away from the Basilica and the Danube Promenade. There is usually no entrance fee, the prices are reasonable, and the ... más información

Situated on Zrínyi Street, the club Ötkert stands just a few minutes away from the Basilica and the Danube Promenade. There is usually no entrance fee, the prices are reasonable, and the menu and p... más información

Restaurant, cultural space, party place in one building. Ötkert is a place that you can’t leave without a word: since 2010 it is one of the most popular clubs of Budpest with cool people, good musi... más información

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Among the trendy restaurants of Liszt Ferenc Square, you can find Menza, a vintage place where the tablecloths are still striped and the chicken soup is still rich in meat. However, apart from letc... más información

Our favorite food place on Liszt Ferenc tér. This restaurant is named after Hungarian socialist era canteens. Menza's interior design, with its contemporary twist on retro themes, similarly reflect... más información

I like it very much!:) Menza offers so much more than the double treat of coffee and sunbath on the terrace from early spring to late autumn: we are passionate about serving delicious food all thro... más información

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Gracefully shaping Pest’s skyline, Europe’s second biggest Parliament building is one of Budapest’s postcard superstars with its neo-Gothic architecture, peaking high in the sky. It houses the Hung... más información

Gracefully shaping Pest’s skyline, Europe’s second biggest Parliament building is one of Budapest’s postcard superstars with its neo-Gothic architecture, peaking high in the sky. It houses the Hung... más información

The landmark building of the Parliament building might be familiar even if you've never set foot in Budapest. This architectural masterpiece in Kossuth Square was designed by Imre Steindl in splend... más información

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It is an scene of Hungarian literary life, the meeting point of tourists and art enthusiasts, and the stronghold of refined gastronomy. The café that was once chosen as the most beautiful in the wo... más información

The edifice of New York Café has to be top of the list of things to see when you visit Hungary and spend a few days or weeks in Budapest. The history of this magnificent building spans 120 years; d... más información

The New York is more than a coffee house. It is an scene of Hungarian literary life, the meeting point of tourists and art enthusiasts, and the stronghold of refined gastronomy. The café that was o... más información

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St. Stephen's Basilica (Szent István-bazilika) is the largest church of Budapest. The building was finished in Neo-classicist style in 1905, following 54 years of planning. Similarly to the Parliam... más información

Towering above central Budapest, this hallowed shrine is one of the city’s most photographed sites for its twin steeples, celestial stained-glass windows, and stately central dome. Those who want t... más información

St. Stephen's Basilica (Hungarian: Szent István-bazilika, Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈsɛnt ˈiʃtvaːn ˈbɒzilikɒ]) is a Roman Catholic basilica in Budapest, Hungary. It is named in honour of Stephen, t... más información

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As one of Budapest’s largest parks, this Danube isle of open space is a cherished oasis for generations of city dwellers – so come join us as we leave the concrete jungle behind and take a journey ... más información

This expansive island in the middle of the Danube is a forested retreat in downtown Budapest, and a favored recreation ground for locals and travelers alike. Several sites serve as tranquil destina... más información

Margaret Island (Margitsziget) is the green heart of Budapest. It lies in the middle of the Danube between Margaret Bridge and Árpád Bridge. Apart from a couple of hotels and sport facilities, ther... más información

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Embark on a time-transcending journey to Budapest’s communist era, get a feel of the country’s times under Soviet control, and try to comprehend what life was like while experiencing every day amid... más información

House of Terror is a museum located at Andrássy út 60 in Budapest, Hungary. It contains exhibits related to the fascist and communist regimes in 20th-century Hungary and is also a memorial to the v... más información

House of Terror is a museum located at Andrássy út 60. It contains ashocking and brutal exhibits related to the fascist and communist regimes in 20th-century Hungary and is also a memorial to the v... más información

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The Dohány Street Synagogue (Hungarian: Dohány utcai zsinagóga/nagy zsinagóga, Hebrew: בית הכנסת הגדול של בודפשט‎‎ Bet ha-Knesset ha-Gadol shel Budapesht), also known as The Great Synagogue or Taba... más información

The synagogue on the Dohany street of Pest is not only the most impressive one in the country, but it's the largest synagogue of Europe, the second largest one in the world. (The largest Jewish hou... más información

Budapest has always been a hub of Jewish culture, so it comes as no surprise that the second largest synagogue of the world is found here. The Dohány Street Synagogue (Dohány utcai Zsinagóga) was b... más información

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Gerbeaud, one of Vörösmarty tér’s (Vörösmarty Square) emblematic venues, is arguably the most famous confectionery and coffee house in Budapest, which also belongs to the cream of the crop in Europ... más información

In the heart of Pest, it is an obligatory stop for the excellent cakes: it’s is one of the oldest and most famous cafés of Europe. I love the Dobos torta, a sponge cake with an extraordinary chocol... más información

It is one of the greatest and most traditional coffeehouses in Europe. Today still, it shines in Gründerzeit style with the grand chandeliers, the panelling made of exotic woods and its furniture.

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The Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden (Fővárosi Állat- és Növénykert) is one of the eldest zoos of the world. It was opened in 1866 and draws over a million visitors each year. There are 773 animal... más información

Budapest Zoo offers a memorable experience for nature-lovers from all around the world. With countless species of animals - some of which you can pat! - and an impressive collection of plants, i... más información

Zoo Budapest is the hugest zoo that can be found inside a city. With its iconic, beautiful buildings like the House of Elephants, it is one of the most famous spots in Budapest. There are loads of... más información

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Akvárium Klub, the surrounding Erzsébet Square, and the adjacent Deák Square together constitute the largest and perhaps best-known meeting point of downtown Budapest. Thousands of youngsters gathe... más información

Akvárium Klub, the surrounding Erzsébet Square, and the adjacent Deák Square together constitute the largest and perhaps best-known meeting point of downtown Budapest. Thousands of youngsters gathe... más información

This is a club below a glass bottom pool, built inside a large whole originaly dug to build the National Theatre. After they have decided the the Theathre should be out of downtown they had to do s... más información

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Gellért Hill (Gellért-hegy), a gemstone of Budapest, rises above the skyline of Buda with its 235 metres. Nestled between the Elizabeth Bridge and the Liberty Bridge, it its area is shared between... más información

Gellért Hill offers some of the best panoramic views of Budapest. It's like having a map of Budapest in front of you. You can see the structure of the city and the difference between the hilly Buda... más información

This is one of the uniqe sightseeing locations of Budapest. It's worth to take a walk up, a little bit steep, but beleive us. If you reach the top, with the statue of Liberty, you will see the most... más información

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The Hungarian National Museum (Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum) standing in Kiskörút is the largest museum of Hungary. It is a building of unique beauty, which introduces Hungarian culture and history in app... más información

The Hungarian National Museum (Hungarian: Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum) was founded in 1802 and is the national museum for the history, art and archaeology of Hungary, including areas not within Hungary's... más información

The Hungarian National Museum (Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum) standing in Kiskörút is the largest museum of Hungary. It is a building of unique beauty, which introduces Hungarian culture and history in app... más información

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If you have never tried a supermarket elevator run by a lift boy with spirits and beer served in it, or haven’t been on the original steps (full of decals and graffiti) of the former „social realis... más información

Corvin Club is located on the top floor of Corvin Áruház, which is situated right in the middle of Blaha Lujza Square. During summertime Corvin Club is famous for its huge rooftop terrace, but this... más información

Besides courtyards and parks, we can find an exciting place, which is Corvintető. The roof terrace was planned on the top of the socialist Skála ‘superstore’ in 1926, which became a first-class pla... más información

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If you walk into the right wing of the Paris Department Store on Andrássy Avenue and step into the elevator, in a matter of seconds you'll be greeted by sunshine or sparkling city lights, and have ... más información

If you walk into the right wing of the Paris Department Store on Andrássy Avenue and step into the elevator, in a matter of seconds you'll be greeted by sunshine or sparkling city lights, and have ... más información

If you walk into the right wing of the Paris Department Store on Andrássy Avenue and step into the elevator, in a matter of seconds you'll be greeted by sunshine or sparkling city lights.

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If you want to try a special sandwich, this is the right place. Opened by a group of boys, it has become famous for the quality of the products, sandwiches and take away soups. In the heart of the ... más información

One of the best street food restaurant in the city. They serve everyday different and rather peculiar soups like Túró Rudi soup or Nutella soup. If you like spicy food, check out the Brain Dead sa... más información

A cool little place with the best and most extraordinary soups in town. Baguettes, pastas, vegetable dishes and desserts are also available. Culinary shock, must try :)

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The Calvin and connecting Boráros space Raday utca Ferencváros 900 meters of a dominant. Often nicknamed Budapest restaurantstreet too, as are packed with better and better restaurants without feel... más información

Ráday Street runs from Kálvin tér to Ferenc körút.It is the Budapest's Soho. Due lots of caffe bars, restaurants and galleries located here. Along the street plenty of beautiful buildings- like 28

My favourite places are those, which are in the walking areas, where you can sit outside and enjoy your meal or drink while breathing the fresh air of the summer night in (without any cars disturbi... más información

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Morrison's music pub 2 is the biggest club of Budapest city centre.The club is waiting for its guests with free entry from 5 pm to 9 pm every day, 4 dance floors, 4 different music styles, karaoke.

Whichever music style you're into, you'll surely find your favourite at the city centre's biggest night spot, attracting young party people with its 5 different dance floors and daily drink promoti... más información

Morrison's 2 is one of the coolest party places in Budapest. This lively pub/club has five dance floors playing 5 different genres, karaoke, an inner courtyard (open year-round), an English-style pub.

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The Jewish Quarter's busiest and rather narrow lane bears the name Kazinczy Street since 1897, and connects Király Street and Rákóczi Street. Here, we find the Art Nouveau-style Kazinczy Street Syn... más información

The recent years' ruin-pub craze started off here as well in 2004 with the opening of Szimpla Kert. Since then, the street is home to street food places like El Rapido Taqueira and Soul Food. There... más información

The street is home of street food places like El Rapido Taqueira, Bors, Ramenka There is also a swarm of small taverns, ruin pubs, and clubs like: Kocka, Ellátó Kert, Mika Tivadar, |3|, Illegál Pub.

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Laid out in 1896 to mark the thousandth anniversary of Hungary, Heroes' Square (Hősök tere) is the largest and most impressive square of the city. Located at the end of Andrássy Avenue and next to ... más información

One of the landmarks of Budapest and the "foyer" of Városliget, the Heroes' Square (Hősök tere) is found at the end of Andrássy út. The square was built for the millennial celebrations of 1896, to ... más información

Hősök tere (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈhøːʃøk ˈtɛrɛ]; English: Heroes' Square) is one of the major squares in Budapest, Hungary, noted for its iconic statue complex featuring the Seven Chieftains o... más información

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The City Park Ice Rink offers its ice surface of 12 thousand square metres both for sporting activities and for various events during the winter time. The City Park Boating Lake opens on 1th April... más información

Skate on the Ice Rink and admire the beauty of the City Park, Vajdahunyad Castle and other historic monuments. Europe’s largest outdoor ice rink awaits winter-lovers and those who love to skate in ... más información

Skating fans will find Europe's largest contiguous artificial skating rink in the beautiful City Park, open from November to late February. Skate rental, skating classes, restaurant, buffet, varied... más información

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The Széchenyi Chain Bridge is a suspension bridge that spans the River Danube between Buda and Pest, the western and eastern sides of Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Designed by the English engin... más información

Széchenyi Lánchíd (Széchenyi Chain Bridge) is arguably the most mesmerizing bridge in Budapest, and one of the city’s symbols. Its bewitching beauty is not the only reason we’ve decided to put it o... más información

Széchenyi Chain Bridge" - is the world-famous landmark of Budapest and Hungary. It was named after one of the major supporters and facilitators of its construction. Chain Bridge was the first perma... más información