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Dive deep in Budapest’s unique nightlife, go to Kazinczy Street! It is not an accident that it’s also called the Street of Culture, Kazinczy street offers the greatest variety of touristic highlights, the most famous ruinbar, fine dining and the...more
You must go to the ruin bars especially this one when in Budapest. These bars are quirky and have a lovely atmosphere! Cheap drink, food is a little expensive but food everywhere I found in Budapest is expensive in comparison to drink.
Visited here after lots of recommendations to visit a ruin bar. It's fantastic and you can see how it's kept in busy and also that it is built to get busy.
The atmosphere is similar to the old vibe of Camden and the furniture is...More
Absolute must see, cool music, amazing decor, good drinks and a great atmosphere.
DJ in the main part, but also live bands in one of the side parts, busy, but it’s quite big with lots of seating areas.
Hard to describe and pictures don’t do...More
Wacky bar in the Jewish quarter of the city. Lively and rather bohemian. A bright, mish mash of furniture and fittings including a car in the middle of the set up. Lots of young people, lots of noise and lots of fun. Definitely worth a...More
Having lived in the city a few years back, I remember pop-up bars on ruined sites on the Buda side, so these have been around quite some time. Yes, go and experience SK (as a tourist attraction) but if you're over 30 maybe it's a...More
What a delightful place to be! This ruin bar exceeded my expectations by SO much. We went during the afternoon around 3pm two days in a row and enjoyed ourselves immensely. By the time we left each day around 6pm a line was starting to...More
I know this is contrary to most reviews, but I feel I have to put it out there. My husand and I went there last night. We both got a drink and then he left me downstairs to look for our friends upstairs. I am...More
We popped in here after a friends recommendation and it was worth it. The place is filled with odd bits and bobs which make for a very relaxing atmosphere.
We ordered food here and it was seriously tasty. You could spend hours chilling and drinking...More
District VII is the very heart of Budapest and houses the city’s Jewish Quarter. Its streets are lively and colorful, its buildings narrate different histories in an assortment of architectural styles, and its cafes and bars are frequented and loved by the enthusiastic crowds. Grand and magnificent, the striking star of the district is the Great Synagogue, the largest in Europe and one of the biggest in the world. Distinctly
Moorish in style, crowned by the twin onion shaped domes, the Synagogue is the very emblem of District VII and one of the main attractions in the capital.