Hello, budapest

From its majestic bridges spanning the Danube River to its grandiose castles to its historical thermal baths, Budapest captivates visitors with its rich heritage and vibrant energy. Regarded as the ‘Pearl of the Danube’, this enchanting city seamlessly blends its medieval past with modern flair, offering a myriad of attractions, including UNESCO World Heritage sites, a thriving culinary scene, and a pulsating nightlife.


The Shopping to Visit

two happy girls with bags in a shopping street

Váci Street

Budapest's primary, 1.2-km long pedestrian street is dotted with worldwide-known international brands and tiny souvenir shops, along with elegant restaurants and bars serving high-quality Hungarian and international food.

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great market hall budapest

Great Market Hall

This impressive neo-Gothic building was built in 1894 to replace the expansive outdoor markets at the location. The largest market hall in Budapest is a buzzing scene of everyday life in the city, with several floors to explore: the basement area houses several fish stalls and a supermarket, the ground floor is the main area mainly occupied by grocers, and the upper floor is home to souvenir stands and street food stalls. Make sure you try 'lángos', a deep-fried dough, traditionally topped with cheese and sour cream.

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rich beautiful girl shopping in avenue

Andrássy Avenue

Andrássy út, often referred to as Budapest's own Champs-Élysées, is an elegant tree-lined boulevard connecting the city centre, Erzsébet Square, to Heroes' Square. Notable for hosting the first continental underground line in Europe, the avenue is lined with magnificent Neo-renaissance mansions and townhouses boasting intricate facades and interiors. Also recognised as one of the city's most prestigious shopping streets, it features high-end boutiques, cafés, restaurants, theatres, and embassies. Given its cultural and architectural significance, Andrássy út earned recognition as a World Heritage Site in 2002.

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happy couple shopping in downtown

Fashion Street

The concept behind this downtown street is to provide a classy atmosphere for shopping and leisure time with friends. Its charming surroundings and central location have attracted many famous and high-quality brands of footwear, apparel, accessories, beauty products, and restaurants. You can find these all in one place, surrounded by elegant bars and the Danube just a couple of minutes away.

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bálna complex in budapest


Opened in 2013, Bálna is Budapest's contemporary answer to the adjacent Great Market Hall: it is a modern glass building resembling a whale in shape (hence the name), filled with shops, a contemporary art gallery, and several posh bars with splendid views on the riverside.

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clothes in vintage store


Retrock is Budapest's largest vintage and designer clothing store, offering a curated collection of second-hand items and fresh creations by talented designers worldwide.

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