Once part of a grand 2nd-century complex of two temples dedicated to the Egyptian goddess Isis by Roman legionnaires (one of only three...
This lovely twin-towered Moorish building is the former synagogue, designed in 1881 by the Viennese architect Ludwig Schöne. Today it’s...
This grand modern art gallery specialises primarily in 20th-century Hungarian art, with numerous temporary exhibitions throughout the...
Béla Bartók Concert Hall
Housed in the former synagogue.
Old Post Pub
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Rákóczi Ferenc útca 1-3 · interesting places nearby
Café Móló information
With images of Asia adorning its walls, a spacious, modern interior and huge terrace, Móló is packed in the evenings with a clientele that likes to watch sports on the big screen while fuelling themselves with a wide range of cocktails, pasta and pizza. Avoid the profiteroles like the proverbial plague, though.