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...
Opened in time for the Millenary Exhibition in 1896, Liberty Bridge (Szabadság híd) has a fin-de-siècle cantilevered span. Each post of...
Dynamo Bike & Bake
A fantastic little cake shop–bike rental, Dynamo is run by a keen cycling guide who appreciates the value of good equipment. The hybrid...
Budapest Music Center
Hosting a fantastic line-up of mainly Hungarian jazz and classical performances, the recently opened Budapest Music Center comprises a...
Bangkok House is done up in kitsch, Asian-esque decor that recalls takeaway places around the world. The Thai- and Laotian-inspired...
IX Vámház körút 1-3 · interesting places nearby
This is Budapest's biggest market, though it has become a tourist magnet since its renovation for the millecentenary celebrations in 1996. Still, plenty of locals come here for the fruit, vegetables, deli items, fish and meat. Head up to the 1st floor for Hungarian folk costumes, dolls, painted eggs, embroidered tablecloths, carved hunting knives and other souvenirs.
Gourmets will appreciate the Hungarian and other treats available at a fraction of what they'd cost in the shops on nearby Váci utca – shrink-wrapped and potted foie gras, garlands of dried paprika, souvenir sacks and tins of paprika powder, and as many kinds of honey as you'd care to name.