Northern Inner Town
Just around the corner from Kossuth Lajos tér is this stunning Art Nouveau apartment block (1903) designed by Emil Vidor. Now a shrine...
‘Liberty Sq’, one of the largest in Budapest, is a few minutes’ walk northeast of Széchenyi István tér. As you enter you’ll pass a...
Imre Nagy Statue
Southeast of V Kossuth Lajos tér is an unusual statue of Imre Nagy standing in the centre of a small footbridge. Nagy was the reformist...
This small but comfortable cafe on the ground floor of delightful Bedő House is tailor-made for fans of the Secessionist style. The...
Owned and operated by three Italian ragazzi (lads) from southern Italy, Da Mario (yes, he's one of them) can't put a foot wrong in our...
Szent István körút · interesting places nearby
Northern Inner Town information
Northern Inner Town, more accurately called Lipótváros (Leopold Town), is full of offices, government ministries, 19th-century apartment blocks and grand squares. Its confines are, in effect, Szent István körút to the north, V József Attila utca to the south, the Danube to the west and, to the east, V Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út, the arrow-straight boulevard that stretches from central Deák Ferenc tér and Nyugati tér, where Nyugati train station (Nyugati pályaudvar ) is located.