Clark Ádám tér
Stroll across Chain Bridge and board the Sikló , a funicular railway built in 1870 that ascends from Clark Ádám tér to Szent György tér...
Hungarian National Gallery
The Hungarian National Gallery is an overwhelming collection spread across four floors that traces Hungarian art from the 11th century...
As its name implies, this pub near the Chain Bridge head has a wonderful retro Magyar feel to it, with old movie posters and...
This place serves pretty authentic Korean food, from barbecue grills (from 4000Ft) and bibimbap (rice served in a sizzling pot topped...
Clark Ádám tér information
Víziváros begins at this square named after the 19th-century Scottish engineer who supervised the building of the Széchenyi Chain Bridge and who designed the all-important tunnel (alagút) under Castle Hill, which took just eight months to carve out of the limestone in 1853. What looks like an elongated concrete doughnut hidden in the bushes to the south is the 0km stone . All Hungarian roads to and from the capital are measured from this spot.