Serviced Apartments Ferencvaros

About District IX – Ferencváros

Another student-friendly area, with both Corvinus Universty and ELTE (Eötvös Loránd University) located in this lively neighbourhood, this is another place to escape the crowds and enjoy life as a local. That’s not to say there aren’t great attractions to be visited: MÜPA and the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art can both be found here, as can the Hungarian National Theatre. For buzzing nightlife and delicious eateries, stick to the area near the Kalvin metro station – lined with bars and restaurants, including Michelin-starred Costes, Raday Street is the one to visit.

See and Do

The Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art is a must for those wanting to explore one of the city’s best contemporary art collections; for a packed schedule of creative performances, with dance, music and theatre on the bill, head to MÜPA Budapest.

Eat and Drink

Head to Costes for Michelin-star dining in a sophisticated setting; Rombusz Terasz is a community garden offering a number of pop-up events such as jazz performances and comedy shows, as well as being a relaxed place to grab a drink; cheap, cheerful and creatively decorated, Púder Bar is a ruin pub with a local vibe.

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About District IX – Ferencváros

Another student-friendly area, with both Corvinus Universty and ELTE (Eötvös Loránd University) located in this lively neighbourhood, this is another place to escape the crowds and enjoy life as a local. That’s not to say there aren’t great attractions to be visited: MÜPA and the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art can both be found here, as can the Hungarian National Theatre. For buzzing nightlife and delicious eateries, stick to the area near the Kalvin metro station – lined with bars and restaurants, including Michelin-starred Costes, Raday Street is the one to visit.

See and Do

The Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art is a must for those wanting to explore one of the city’s best contemporary art collections; for a packed schedule of creative performances, with dance, music and theatre on the bill, head to MÜPA Budapest.

Eat and Drink

Head to Costes for Michelin-star dining in a sophisticated setting; Rombusz Terasz is a community garden offering a number of pop-up events such as jazz performances and comedy shows, as well as being a relaxed place to grab a drink; cheap, cheerful and creatively decorated, Púder Bar is a ruin pub with a local vibe.