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'Váci utca' is perhaps the most famous street in Budapest. It runs from Vörösmarty Square to the Central Market Hall and features a large number of restaurants, shops and cafés.
This is the most famous street in the whole country! If you are looking for a place to shop souvenirs do not look further! :)
This is our main touristy shopping street if you’re looking for a souvenir or designer item to bring home.
Vaci shopping street with cafes, restaurants, massage, ending at Vorosmarty Square.
If you are into brands and souvenirs, Váci Street is your spot. The Christmas Market is really nice at the end of it, on Vörösmarthy Square, try the traditional hot wine!
Strolling in Downtown Budapest you easily come across Váci utca (Váci street) and Deák Ferenc utca ( Deák Ferenc street), the shopping streets of Budapest. You can buy souvenirs and clothes as well.
Váci utca, the main pedestrian street and shopping street of the city from the Chain Bridge to the Libety Bridge/Central Market Hall.
This is the center of Budapest, you can walk visit the comercial streets and is very near of Basilica.
Váci Űt.(瓦茨街) Here is the city center. Near Deák Ference Street. It is the main pedestrian street in the heart of Budapest, Hungary. This street is characterized by a large number of restaurants and catering shops for tourists. And here are many famous brand like: ZARA Swarovski Douglas and so on…
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“It's a big square with a lot of shops cafes near to Deák Ferenc square station. At Christmas here is one of the greatest Christmas Market of Europe.”
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“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. ”
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“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.”
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“District 6 and 7 are the heart of the city with all the interesting pubs, bars, restaurants, it is also an interesting historical site as it is the Jewish quarter.”
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