The beautifully restored Gozsdu Courtyard, once the core of Budapest's Jewish quarter, is very popular with locals. Packed with restaurants, pubs, and bars,
the place comes alive every evening.
Liszt Ferenc square
On the square named after the famous Hungarian composer Ferenc Liszt, you can find a variety of restaurants offering excellent culinary options.
Also known as Budapest's Design Street, is filled with interior design and furniture stores, funky boutiques and modern art galleries, and is quickly becoming a trendy part of Budapest. The street and its surroundings are a flourishing area, where tourists and locals alike go to find fun spots for a day or night out.
Zrínyi street and Saint Stephen’s square
A lively area and a great spot for those who prefer fine dining restaurants, cafés, and bars.