If you look north up XIII Váci út north from Nyugati tér you’ll catch sight of the twin spires of this 1933 copy of a celebrated...
Built in 1938 and originally meant to be a cinema, this art-deco place with a lovely upstairs gallery and views of Szent István Park is...
This is the place to head when you really could eat a horse (which may or may not be on one of the tables). It’s an enormous buffet of...
Lonely Planet review
One of Pest’s more interesting traditional markets, Lehel Csarnok is housed in a hideous boat-like structure designed by László Rajk, son of the Communist minister of the interior executed for ‘Titoism’ in 1949. Apparently this is his revenge.