Budapest’s party vortex is Gozsdu Passage, a tunnel of buzzing bars and restaurants draped in fairy lights, with open-air spaces that spill out into airy courtyards and gardens, right in the centre of the trendy 7th District.
Gozsdu-udvar (English: Gozsdu Courtyard) comprises seven buildings and their courtyards in the 7th district of Budapest. Gozsdu Courtyard is one of the most dynamically improving nightlife centres in the downtown of Budapest; it is a meeting point that combines entertainment, gastronomy and…
very good atmosphere, good vibes. Gastronomy at its finest. Party places, small shops, bars, discos, restaurants, street food. All-in-One.
“Book the Parliament tour to soak in some quick Hungarian history and adore the glamorous interior architecture.”
“Stretching behind the imposing Heroes' Square, Városliget is one of the most popular recreational venues in the city. There are plenty of entertainment options in the neighbourhood, including the Széchenyi Baths, Budapest Zoo, Circus, the Vajdahunyad castle housing the Agricultural Museum and various fairs, and a pond that turns into a popular ice rink in the winter season. ”
“The distinct symbol of the Jewish quarter, the Great Synagogye is also noted as one of the largest in the world, the second only to the one in New York. The visit entails a guided tour with a walk in the building and its surrounding garden, where you'll also find sculptures of famous Hungarian writers and artists of Jewish origin. There is also a Jewish museum beside the synagogue, not to be confused with the Holocaust Memorial Centre further away in Páva Street. Address: Dohány u. 2-8 ”
“Huge island in the middle of the Danube in the city. It has everything for a fun day out, including a singing and dancing fountain, sprawling rose garden, mini-zoo, convent ruin, food & drink, Japanese Garden with ponds, big meadows for picnic or sports, large outdoor pools (you need to pay in to these). It’s quite a walk to go around it so nice to rent a pedal carriage, or hop on the little sightseeing train to get familiar with the area. ”
“Once you visit Budapest you must get familiar with the ruin bar (romkocsma) concept: makeshift bars inside dilapidated pre-war buildings furnished with furniture assembled from clearance sales and exuding an inexplicably cool atmosphere. Today Budapest has many but Szimpla pioneered the genre, it opened in 2004. It is one of Budapest’s oldest iconic ruin bars, with also great food and farmers market on Sundays. ”