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Great place to shop for international brands! ( for example: Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Massimo Dutti, Benetton, Zara)
Here you find the most popular mainstream brands. In case you want to do some shopping and architectural sightseeing, I can only recommend this place. This is one of the oldest sports of Budapest.
Tired of shopping malls? Why don’t you visit the Fashion Street! Start from Deák Ferenc Street (the Fashion street itself), for the great mix of Hungarian and international designers and then continue to Vörösmarty square and Vaci street, where you’ll find international fashion retailers as well as…
“This is the largest theatre in Budapest, currently hosting also the national opera as the main opera building is under renovation. As this is just around the corner worth a visit, maybe you will fancy a show that you would like to attend. Ticket prices are usually cheaper than in other European countries.”
“You’ll eat surrounded by… books! The decoration is so nice and they propose a sophisticated cuisine while keeping a Hungarian spirit. Each week, they create a new recipe based on a book. The service is really great and the prices are reasonable. Reservation is mandatory! ”
“We definitely recommend this beauty salon! Just make and appointment and enjoy your time there. Plus, the staff speaks English!”
“The Ring Café serves one of our favorite burger in town. They also have great salads and quesadillas. Our favorite one is the avocado and bacon burger (with extra cheddar). The interior doesn’t look so good and the service is a bit slow, but the burgers are worth it!”