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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.
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 street is the most renowned pedestrian shopping street of Budapest. It stretches to a little more than a mile between Vörösmarty Square and the Great Market Hall.
Váci utca, the main pedestrian street and shopping street of the city from the Chain Bridge to the Libety Bridge/Central Market Hall.
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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“This is the main square of the city, a lot of pubs and nightclubs around here. The Budapest Eye is here too what's the big wheel of Budapest.”
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“This square by Oktogon was named after the world-famous Hungarian composer, Franz Liszt. It is about 200 meters long, it features a park in the middle, and it is surrounded by restaurants and cafés like Menza, Buena Vista, Hooters, and Becketts. Liszt Ferenc Square is popular with locals and tourists alike, especially on summer evenings. It's ideal for meetings, short strolls, a great coffee, lunch, or dinner. At its end closer to Király Street stands the Eclectic-Art Nouveau building of Academy of Music, while Pest's Broadway is also found in the area.”
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“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 by the elegant Hungarian State Opera House and the stretch nicknamed the “Broadway of Budapest” (at the intersection of Nagymező Street).”
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