Small yet densely populated, this bustling district in central Budapest is a hub of activity, with plenty of places to eat and things to see and do. The iconic Andrássy Avenue draws a line through the neighbourhood, which has become an increasingly popular artistic and cultural destination in recent years thanks to the large number of centrally located theatres. Quieter than District VII, with a slightly more local feel than District V, this is an area that caters to both tourists and locals. Many of the international embassies in the city can also be found along Andrássy Avenue, close to City Park.
See and Do
Catch a show at the Hungarian State Opera House, or simply admire its stunning architecture; wander along the World Heritage Site of Andrássy Avenue; pay a visit to the House of Terror Museum to learn more about Hungary under Communist rule.
Eat and Drink
Grab a quick bite to eat at Pizzica, a small eatery with delicious, authentic Italian pizzas; for coffee, head to 9Bar, a small café offering specialty coffee and a welcoming atmosphere; VakVarjú is a great Hungarian restaurant serving hearty, delicious fare with a modern twist. Alternatively, take your pick from the many restaurants and cafés that line Nagymezö Utca or Hajós Utca.
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