Flanked by Neo-Renaissance mansions, Andrássy Avenue, the city's main luxury shopping district, is a World Heritage Site lined with cafés, restaurants, museums, and theaters such as the Hungarian National Opera house, as well as luxury boutiques. The avenue leads to the magnificent Heros' Square…
Budapest’s most famous street, Andrássy Avenue is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lined with Neo-Renaissance mansions, Andrássy Avenue is heaven for shopaholics, thanks to the plethora of high-end fashion brands that find their home there. Those more interested in arts and culture will be fascinated…
Boulevard with palaces & upscale shops. 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 was inaugurated in 1885. Its Eclectic Neo-Renaissance palaces…
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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