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I first saw it riding the Hop on/Hop off Bus . Lots to see and do here: shopping at expensive stores, visiting museums, enjoying the parks and Heroes Square, admiring huge private homes, etc. I also walked part of this avenue during my visit.
The Andrassy avenue, also called the Hungarian Champs Elysées is a street that begins just after the famous Deal Ferenz Ter and goes all the way to the famous Heroes Square.
Its a great tree lined street to enjoy a nice leisurely walk in the...More
Plenty of sights spread among it, namely the state opera and terror museum, yet what impressed me most was the huge villas and mansions, I’m guessing were old embassies now used for various other things, towards the top in the left side.
So what do you do when accompanied by parents in their late 70's who find walking distance tricky, but you want to see Heroes Square and the length of Andrassy Avenue? Well, you take the bus or the tram! We did this as part of...More
The Hungarian State Opera House is on this street and with it a lot of nice restaurants and cafes. It's nice to have a good selection of restaurants to choose from, but a street is still a street. It is not worth the time and...More