Petofi Bridge extends beyond the curve of the Nagykorut (large ring road), linking it to Buda. Rather nondescript in design, ... More
Petofi Bridge extends beyond the curve of the Nagykorut (large ring road), linking it to Buda. Rather nondescript in design, it is nonetheless a functional necessity, connecting Boraros ter on the Pest side with Goldmann Gyorgy ter. It was originally built in the 1930s, destroyed by the Nazis in 1944 and reopened in 1952. It is named after Petofi Sandor, Hungary's most beloved poet and a hero of the Hungarian War of Independence, during which he was killed in 1849.
This wonderful pedestrian only street runs from Vorosmarty ter all the way to Vamhaz korut and the beautiful Market Hall.
It is bisected near the Elizabeth Bridge (where there is an underpass) this is the point where the pedestrian ...
This Greek Cypriot cellar establishment is located near Erzsebet Bridge in Buda. All dishes are made from ingredients imported directly
from Cyprus. The fish is cooked on wooden charcoal, giving it a special flavour. Mezze is served for a ...
This spectacular bridge has an equally spectacular history. It is a great place from which to take in a panorama
of the city (which becomes even more impressive at night). This was the very first bridge to link the ...