Chapel of St Florian
The four pools here, with water temperatures of between 26°C and 40°C, are genuine Turkish baths erected in 1570 and have a wonderful...
Frankel Leó Út
At Bem József tér, Fő utca, the busy main drag in Víziváros, becomes Frankel Leó út, a quiet, tree-lined street with two spas at its...
Military Court of Justice
In 1958 Imre Nagy and others were tried and sentenced to death here for their role in the uprising two years before. It was also the...
The words ‘Bambi’ and ‘modern’ do not make comfortable bedfellows; nothing about this place (named after a Communist-era local soft...
The ‘Duck’ is the place to go, well, ‘quackers’, though you need not restrict yourself to the eight dishes with a bill (4400Ft to...
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Chapel of St Florian information
Across pedestrianised Ganz utca is the Greek Catholic Chapel of St Florian, built in 1760 and dedicated to the patron saint of fire-fighters.