Petőfi Museum of Literature
Just north of Egyetem tér and housed in the sumptuous neoclassical Károly Palace (Károlyi Palota), dating from 1840, this museum is...
Over the altar in this lovely baroque 1742 church is a copy of the Black Madonna of Czȩstochowa, revered in Poland. The church is often...
This welcoming neighbourhood gay bar on ‘Beautiful St’ (could it be anywhere else?) is a cafe with a tiny lounge space upstairs and a...
A palace of fin-de-siècle design dating from 1877 that has to be seen to be believed, the ‘Carpathia’ serves almost modern Hungarian...
V Károlyi utca 9 · interesting places nearby
Centrál Kávéház information
This grande dame of a traditional cafe dates back to 1887. Awash with leather and dark wood inside, it's also a great spot for pavement people-watching. It serves meals as well as breakfast until 11.45am (2090Ft to 2690Ft) and cakes and pastries (400Ft to 850Ft).