Really beautiful square with a very lush and green garden running down the centre. We ate Cafe Vian which was lovely but there's a great selection of places. Looks like it would be nice in the evening too.
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This place was cool and trendy about 10 years ago. Now it's not so much.The restaurants are not famous for their best quality, but the overpriced quite average foods.
It might be called a square but in reality it is the end of a slightly wide street which has a Central Tree lined grass strip running down the middle. You might be disappointed if you had walked some way expecting to find a green,...More
The oblong square is nothing special, however, it is the home of many fine restaurants with great lunch menus and outside dining in good weather. A popular place, just opening from Andrássy út, a street with many shops and nice buildings (including the Opera).
So this place is really well located, you can find between Andrassy Avenue and Kiraly Street, exactely at the center of Budapest. So after a walking tour or maybe you were in Opera House, it is a really good choice. I'm sure, that you 'll...More
Pretty square, next to bus stops for 'hop on-hop off' buses, main metro link to all parts of the city, and Underground Railway Museum.
When you walk on Andrassy utca you can see this small and green square. It's nice to stop and to look around, there are a lot of things to see in such a small place!
Intresting statue of Liszt in this square. Surrounding cafes and bars are ok, but as a tourist area it is quite pricey, we walked around this area, which was busy, then headed for the back streets with more cheaper traditional cafe/bars for food.