Royal Wine House & Wine Cellar Museum
Housed in what once were the royal cellars below Szent György tér dating back to the 13th century, this 1400-sq-metre attraction offers...
Castle Hill, a 1km-long limestone plateau towering 170m above the Danube, contains Budapest's most important medieval monuments and...
Buda Castle Labyrinth
This 1200m-long cave system, located some 16m under the Castle District, looks at how the caves have been used since prehistoric times...
Essentially a wine bar, this place also does food, usually lighter things and one-plate specials like duck rillettes (580Ft) and fish...
A conveniently located nonstop in Buda is the Nonstop Büfé , which serves prepared foods for takeaway round the clock.
Lonely Planet review
This wonderful shop near the entrance to the tunnel under Castle Hill sells antique and country Hungarian folk art of every shape and size: mangle boards, woodcarvings, chests etc. But don’t expect any bargains. An early 19th-century tulipán láda (trousseau chest with tulips painted on it) from Transylvania will cost you as much as 150,000Ft.