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Váci Street

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Graham
Graham
September 22, 2018
Very long pedestrian shopping street, runs most of the way across central Pest, type of shops vary along the length, so if you don't find what you want keep walking :-)
Vivien
Vivien
September 6, 2018
Váci Street is the most famous shopping street of Budapest. Lovely designed street with several brand stores, souvenir shops, restaurants and cafes.
Zsuzsa
Zsuzsa
October 18, 2018
Budapest's fashion street.
Ameli
Ameli
August 17, 2018
The old shopping street of Budapest... before the mall times
Viktoria
Viktoria
October 21, 2018
Walking street with lots of shops, old buildings....

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