Hungarian Electrical Engineering Museum
Once one of a half dozen synagogues and prayer houses in the Jewish Quarter, the Orthodox Synagogue was built in 1913 to a very modern –...
Budapest Bike has bikes available year-round.
A small bar, popular with a loyal, local crowd who come to play chess, chat and drink craft beer in a casual setting.
A little cafe that will ply you with kosher pizza, baked goods and also breakfast.
VII Kazinczy utca 21 · interesting places nearby
Hungarian Electrical Engineering Museum information
This place doesn’t sound like everyone’s cup of tea, but the white-coated staff are very enthusiastic and some of the exhibits are unusual enough for a visit. Its collection of 19th-century generators, condensers, motors and (egad) the world’s largest supply of electricity-consumption meters is not very inspiring, but the staff will show you how the alarm system of the barbed-wire fence between Hungary and Austria once worked. There’s also a display on the nesting platforms that the electric company kindly builds for storks throughout the country so they won’t nest on the wires and electrocute themselves.