Tucked away in an apartment block is the Újlaki Synagogue, built in 1888 on the site of an older prayer house and the only functioning...
The two indoor and three outdoor pools at the Alfréd Hajós swimming complex make up the National Sports Pool, where the Olympic swimming...
This swimming complex, which includes three 50m pools, is used by serious swimmers and fitness freaks – so don’t come here for fun and...
At the corner of Harcsa utca and Frankel Leó út on the way to Óbuda, this one-time seamy place has cleaned up its act but still remains...
A branch of a chain but a good one nonetheless, Don Pepe ventures further afield than just pizzas with an array of pasta, meat and...
Lonely Planet review
The ‘Black Foot’ (it’s a special kind of Spanish cured ham, not a podiatric affliction) is a lovely Spanish tapas bar and restaurant and a much needed addition to this desert-district of gastronomy in Buda. The decor is fine, and the floor tiles and ceiling fans help create a mood à la valenciana . Good cheese and an excellent wine selection too.