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very good atmosphere, good vibes. Gastronomy at its finest. Party places, small shops, bars, discos, restaurants, street food. All-in-One.
It is a street with a lot of restaurants and bistros. Very vivid especially in the evening.
Different kind of restaurants, party places, karaoke bars in 200m long “garden”. Every weekend you can find a market here as well.
The part of UNESCO world heritage in the jewish neighorhood. Full with pubs, restaurants and caffees.
The Gozsdu Udvar (‘Gozsdu Courtyard’) was named after a Romanian lawyer, Manó Gozsdu, known for his real-estate investments. This was one of them. This passageway bearing his name consists of seven buildings and six interconnecting courtyards, and links Király utca with Dob utca. Designed by Győző…
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