Museum of Fine Arts
The Museum of Fine Arts houses the city’s most outstanding collection of foreign artworks in a building dating from 1906. The Old...
In the centre of Hősök tere there is a 36m-high pillar backed by colonnades to the right and left. Topping the pillar is the Angel...
This public space holds a sprawling monument constructed to honour the millennial anniversary (in 1896) of the Magyar conquest of the...
Gundel, next to the zoo and directly behind the Museum of Fine Arts, is the city’s fanciest (and most famous) restaurant, with a...
XIV Gundel Károly út 4 · interesting places nearby
With reworked Hungarian classics that make it a winner, the ‘Owl’s Castle’ attracts the Budapest cognoscenti, who leave its sister restaurant, Gundel, next door, to the expense-account brigade. There are three-course set menus for 4700Ft (3100Ft for vegetarians), and 2500Ft mains at lunch on weekends, all served in a pleasantly old-fashioned dining room.