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Vörösmarty tér

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Viet Tuan
Viet Tuan
October 09, 2018
Shopping street with lots of brands and restaurants such as 'Hard Rock Cafe Budapest', 'Zara', 'Lacoste' etc.
Gabriella
Gabriella
October 02, 2018
Vörösmarty Square is the most elegant pedestrian zone in Budapest. There are lots of designers' stores and bars. On the north side of the square stands the eclectic Gerbeaud House, home to the world-famous Hungarian confectionery.
Péter
Péter
October 01, 2018
The historical center of budapest. Exclusive shops.
Vivien
Vivien
September 07, 2018
The most lively square with musicans, artist, markets, cafés.
Natalie
Natalie
October 30, 2018
Vörösmarty Square is the most elegant pedestrian zone in Budapest. It lies at the northern end of Váci Street (fashion street) and above the western end of the Millennium Underground (Metro line 1). On the north side of the square stands the eclectic Gerbeaud House, home to the world-famous…

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