Stretching from Dísz square till Kapisztrán square this 1 km long street is probably the most famous one in Castle District. Favoured by the nobilities, just the Count Széchenyi family itself had five palaces on this street. Here reside Zichy Rafael, Zwack János, the Pallavicini family, and Eötvös József.
During the Second World War, numerous houses were severely damaged or destroyed. Luckily the rebuilding and restoration kept the overall picture of the street, and still plenty of interesting and exciting buildings, just keep your eyes open. It would be too long to list all of them, so I'll just grab some examples.Have a look at the Gothic gateway of No 6 of this medieval street. There are sitting-booths. The No 63 is the Archbishop's palace with its original beauty. The main attraction is the Maria Magdalena church. Thanks to the recent renovation, for a fee, it's possible to climb up to the tower and enjoy the view of the Castle District.
Anytime, when I walk in this area, I always walk along Úri street, and it still gives me the pleasant feeling of walking in history.