Downtown square, the gate of the shopping street Váci utca only 3 min from the Chain Bridge and river promenade. Typical location of Easter and Downtown Christmas Market. Stop for a coffee and cae at historical Gerbeaud café.
A square full of shops. Váci street and Fashion street (these are next to the square) are also full of shops like ZARA, Tommy Hilfiger.
The Budapest Advent and Christmas Fair on Vörösmarty Square – ranked as one of the top 10 most beautiful markets in Europe.
●Vörösmarty square ○The terminal of the historic Metro Line M1, as well as the starting point of Váci street, Budapest’s most famous shopping street.
Vörösmarty Sqare, Deák Ferenc Street, Váci Street are pedestrian zones of the city with cafes, shops, souvenir shops and a lot of historical buildings and values.
Well known eventplace at the end of Váci walking street. Christmas Market and other happenings take place here. Quite expensive area to eat, but you can find those affordable clothing stores.
Treat yourself with something special from Hungary in an iconic atmosphere! Fashion Street is 50 metres away! :) Enjoy!
Famous square for turists. There are nice buildings, shops, coffee shops, restaurants.
“The 5th district is the heart of the city, here you can find the best places to dine, or if you look for upper level clubbing with the locals that's the place you should go. For that I can recommend Yellow or BOB. The Parliament and the St. Stephens also located in this area, both can be reached with a leisurely walk from the other's. Speaking of which, I recommend to take a glass of wine in Divino or at Platz, these two places are situated just right front of the Basilica, and overly popular among the locals as well. ”
“Arguably the most striking of all the bridges in Budapest, twin-towered Széchenyi Chain Bridge, which is named in honour of its initiator, István Széchenyi, is particularly beautiful when lit up at night. The city's oldest span was actually built by Scotsman Adam Clark, who enjoys one of the few places reserved for foreigners in the Hungarian panoply of heroes. When it opened in 1849, Chain Bridge was unique for two reasons: it was the first link between Buda and Pest, and the nobility – previously exempt from all taxation – had to pay up like everybody else to use it.”
“Take a walk along the Danube and get your own impression of the Caste Hill, the bridges and the city center.”
“For the most beautiful buildings (including the Opera House) and shopping for more upscale brands, go to Andrássy út (Andrássy Avenue), the grand boulevard of Budapest, connecting Downtown to Heroes’ Square. ”
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