If you need shopping, money exchange or wide range of food options Corvin Plaza is an answer.
A nearby shopping mall in case you need trench your shopping thirst. Has a Starbucks and a multiplex cinema. You never know...
9 min walk (3 min with yellow tram 4,6). The Corvin center was a part of the Corvin project, renewing large parts of the district. The project has been a success with lots of new flats, some restaurants and bars. In Corvin shopping center you can find New Yorker, H&M, C&A, Mango and lots of others…
“UPDATE: The museum closed in the fall of 2017 to start the full reconstruction and expansion and will possibly reopen in 2022. The building of the Museum of Applied Arts (Iparművészeti Múzeum) is one of the finest examples of Hungarian Art-Nouveau architecture. Its Zsolnay porcelain tiles are reminiscent of Islamic and Hindu architecture. Its interior on the other hand, is pure white, blending various architectural styles. In addition to the permanent exhibition of Hungarian craftsmanship and artwork, the building hosts numerous design events and temporary modern exhibitions as well. ”
“because they are open till very late so this is a very good choice for whom wanna eat after 11pm”
“The Holocaust Memorial Center is a renovated synagogue that dates back to the 1920s and serves as a memorial and museum for and about Hungarian Jews that were killed in The Holocaust. While largely focused on Jews, the museum also mentions the discrimination and killings of Gypsies, Homosexuals, and the disabled. It is located in Budapest, Hungary.”
“The museum offers a chronological walk through Hungarian history, archaeological, historical and ethnic relics. The temporary exhibitions recently featured the controversial Seuso Treasure of silverware from the late Roman era. ”
“Wide variety of colorful walls, “big talk” tables, couches and pub games. Lights, music, meals from the grill and a diverse music scene. You may find yourself dancing to 70’s retro one day while a nice electronic scene grabs your ears the other.”