A District VI is an area of the inner city renovated under Habsburg rule in the late 18th century making it, like the District V, a collection of Budapest's finest.
Our first pick, the Andrássy Avenue runs from the centre of Budapest all the way to Hero's Square, both of which are on the UNESCO world heritage list. It is along the Andrássy that most of the District's sights lie: the Opera house, House of Terror, Academy of Music (just off the Avenue on Liszt Ferenc Square), the Kodaly Memorial Museum and Puppet Theatre.
Nagymező Street, known as the theatrical district of the city is also found off the Avenue, and it is here that our next two picks, the Operetta Theatre and the Ernst Museum can be found.
The Nyugati Railway Station, an architectural masterpiece designed by the Eiffel Company can also be found in the District VI and the right next to it the West End City Centre, the largest shopping mall of Central Europe ideal for killing a few hours before a train ride.
The longest and most elegant boulevard of Budapest... read more
Andrássy út 22
Beautiful neo-Renaissance building... read more
Andrássy Avenue 60
Museum about Secret Police activity... read more
Liszt Ferenc Square 8
Where the famous Hungarian composer Liszt once worked... read more
Andrássy Avenue 89
Andrássy út 89
Andrássy Avenue 69
Puppet shows for children and adults alike...
Nagymezó street 17
Nagymezo utca, 8
Small, stylish modern art gallery... read more
Terez korut, 55 (Nyugati ter)
Váci Road 1
Largest shopping centre of Central Europe... read more