Roman Military Amphitheatre
Built in the 2nd century for the Roman garrisons, this amphitheatre, about 800m south of Flórián tér, could accommodate 6000 spectators....
Puskás Pancho Sports Pub
In Óbuda’s sprawling Symbol entertainment complex, this popular sports pub is named after Ferenc Puskás (1927–2006), Hungary’s greatest...
Part of Óbuda’s ambitious Symbol complex of five bars and restaurants built in and around a late-18th-century townhouse, this eatery...
III Bécsi út 89-91 · interesting places nearby
This Óbuda institution was the first Indian restaurant to open in Budapest. It specialises in Northern Indian dishes, especially tandoori ones (2290Ft to 2490Ft). It’s never been the best subcontinental eatery in town, but it does manage some decent samosas.