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Serving as an entrance to the former old-walled city of medieval times, this square commemorates the outbreak of the Revolution of 1848, which sought to free the city from 350 years of oppressive rule by the Austrian Habsburgs.
Worth a visit to this square as a nice place to sit and relax at Kiosk cafe for a drink or a meal.
At the foot of the Erszebet Bridge and very close to the beautiful promenade which goes the length of
Pest. In other...More
This square is a nice resting place after walking around Pest. However, if you come here to view the Contra Aquincum ruins, you will be deeply disappointed. The ruins are underground and they built a mostly glass structure over it that supposedly allow you to...More
Leaving Elisabeth Bridge on Pest side you come across this lovely little square that has some great statues and interesting sites such as The Inner city Church.
It's a popular area as it leads you directly onto one of Budapests most famous streets namely Vaci...More
MARCIUS 15 TER is a really nice square that you find as you leave Elizabeth Bridge Pest side and is a nice peaceful place to visit
There are some nice building's and interesting sites here.
We were heading to Vaci Utca and came across this...More
This tiny but beautiful square is full of hidden treasures and a lot of history, take a couple of minutes to look around! First of all, you will notice the shafts and underground display of some ruins in the middle of the square. Those are...More
On the Pest side of the Danube River, just off the Elisabeth Bridge you can find a small public space called the March 15 Square (Marcius 15 ter).
This square is an important location for locals during Hungarian public holidays and is just a few...More
A cute and quiet square to stroll by, during a romantic walk on the Pest bank of the Danube.
Date of experience: July 2011
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District V / Inner City
Discover the Inner City along the banks of the Danube, with its fashionable shops and iconic buildings. The Inner-City Parish Church and St. Stephen’s Basilica stand out as two of the finest examples of architecture in the area. If you are still hunting for more historical treats, then the ruins of the medieval city walls on Kecskeméti Utca are a must-visit while the Soviet War Memorial is also worthy of attention
and relevant to Hungary’s more recent history. If shopping is on your itinerary, then be prepared: the market squares in this area are an absolute delight, particularly during the Christmas period, but even throughout the year you’ll find the latest trends in the shops on Vaci Utca.