Making its mark in 1883, this elegantly styled theater is dubbed by locals as "the casino" as it was formerly The ... More
Making its mark in 1883, this elegantly styled theater is dubbed by locals as "the casino" as it was formerly The Casino of Lipótváros. The "neobaroque" style pays homage to the classical and innovative performances that grace the stage. Construction was completed in 1895 with artist Lajos Márk painting several murals inside. Both Mark Twain and Antonin Dvorak have given performances inside.
One of the biggest cafes on the square, Pesti features two floors and plenty of tables and seats. Downstairs you'll
find a big, L shaped bar. Check out the art installations showcased on the landing, arguably the best features ...
This cafe is situated next to the river, on the Buda side. Apart from its strategic location, its main attraction
is the sprawling terrace with a view of Pest. It stands next to a busy road and tram lines, ...
This cafe is a place always bustling with people, anytime of the day. Once used as a setting in the
Steven Speilberg movie Munich, it has seating options indoors or outside on the pavement, where you are promptly accommodated ...