At the northern end of Váci utca lies Vörösmarty tér, a large square of smart shops, galleries, cafes and an artist or two, who will...
The sumptuous Bank Palace, built in 1915, was the home of the Budapest Stock Exchange for 15 years until 2007. It is now converted into...
Pesti Vigadó, the Romantic-style concert hall built in 1864 but badly damaged during WWII, faces the river to the west of Vörösmarty...
Pesti Vigadó, the Romantic-style concert hall built in 1864 and reopened in 2014 after a 10-year closure and reconstruction, hosts...
This Michelin-starred eatery adjacent to (and owned by) Gerbeaud has taken it upon its own lofty shoulders to modernise Hungarian...
V Vörösmarty tér 7 · interesting places nearby
Founded on the northern side of Pest’s busiest square in 1858, Gerbeaud has been the most fashionable meeting place for the city’s elite since 1870. Along with exquisitely prepared cakes and pastries (from 1950Ft), it serves continental/full breakfast (1490/2890Ft) and sandwiches (1950-4950Ft). A visit is mandatory.