District IX is a southern district of the inner city with characteristic turn of the century housing. Apart from the residential housing and a few industrial buildings, the inner part of the district houses many attractions, most of which are located near the river or along the Great Ring Road. Our first pick is the famous Ráday Street running parallel to the Danube, the Váci Street of District IX.
Our second pick is the National Theatre with panoramic windows overlooking the River Danube. Right next to it is the Palace of Arts with numerous exciting exhibitions in third place.
A few meters from the above mentioned is the original Unicum Factory (our last pick), also worth a quick look if in the area.
Our fourth pick is the Central Market Hall, the best place in the whole city to try local food for local prices whilst enjoying an authentic Hungarian atmosphere.
Our next picks are three museums, the Museum of Applied Arts along the Ring Road with unmissable colourful ceramic tile roof, the Holocaust Memorial Centre and the Ludwig Museum.
The Petofi Bridge, one of the five bridges spanning the Danube in the inner is our eighth pick.
The Lurdy Haz, a shopping a business centre is found further away from the river.
1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell utca
Fővám Square 1-3
Largest and most beautiful market hall of the city... read more
Üllői Road 33-37
Arts and crafts museum in a spectacular setting...
Páva utca 39 District IX
Komor Marcell utca 1
Palace of Arts
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