District III Óbuda (Old Buda) - Buda side

Óbuda is the oldest part of Budapest, "Ó" meaning old in Hungarian. Before the three parts of Budapest (namely Buda, Pest and Óbuda) were united in 1873, it used to be a small town with lovely baroque buildings built on the ruins of an old Roman settlement called Aquincum. Today, it preserves this atmosphere with its cobble stone streets and buildings renovated to resemble their original appearance. The remnants of the Roman settlement can be found here along with the Imre Varga Collection, Victor Vasarely Museum and a number of other smaller folklore museums.


Stage Pub

Rolling Rock

Mokka Cuka

Budapest Festival Orchestra Rehearsal Hall

Blue Hell

Club Dokk

Coronita Music Club

Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget


Events Hall

Kék Yuk

Monte Christo Hotel

Vörös Yuk


Romai Strandfurdo

Kiscell Museum-Municipal Gallery

Mokka Cuka

Vörös Yuk

Varga Imre Collection

Csillaghegyi Strand-uszoda

Textile Museum

Vasarely Museum

Budapest Gallery Exhibition House

Gorzenal Skate Park

Aquincum Festival


Aquincum Museum


Kassak Museum

Eurocenter Obuda


Vasmacska etterem

Maharaja Indian Restaurant

Rolling Rock

Aboriginal Australian Bar

Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget

Monte Christo Hotel

Stage Pub

Kéhli Vendéglo

Ladik Csarda


Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget

Duna-Party Panzio

Dunapart Hotel

Kulker Sport Hotel

Hotel Touring

Monte Christo Hotel

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