Serbian Orthodox Church
Southwest of Egyetem tér stands the Serbian Orthodox church, built by Serbs fleeing the Turks in the 17th century. The iconostasis is...
The best way to see the posher side of the Inner Town is to walk up pedestrianised Váci utca, the capital’s premier – and most expensive...
Over the altar in this lovely baroque 1742 church is a copy of the Black Madonna of Czȩstochowa, revered in Poland. The church is often...
In a small courtyard off lower Váci utca, this is the place if you want to sip a soothing blend made by tea-serious staff and lounge on...
No, this is not what you risk when visiting this place. Fatál might be a tourist trap but it serves massive Hungarian meals on a fatál ...
Lonely Planet review
Also called ‘Népművészet’, this is a large shop where everything Magyar – whether made here or in China – is available, from embroidered waistcoats and tablecloths to painted eggs and plates. The staff are helpful and will advise. A similar place but even bigger is the Folkart Kézművészház further north on the same street.