Every apartment is situated in the world heritage quarter of the Budapest city center providing ample possibilities for recreation and entertainment. Our apartment on Liszt Ferenc tér (Ferenc Liszt Square) is located on one of the most beautiful squares in Budapest. In this unique place there are many elegant restaurants and cafés and where the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music – venue of numerous concerts performed by Hungarian and foreign musicians – can also be found. Three of our apartments are located in the close vicinity of Andrássy út (Andrássy Avenue) and Király utca (Király Street). On the Andrássy Avenue, (the “Hungarian Champs Elysée”), great international fashion houses offer their exclusive products providing a good opportunity to buy high quality dresses, shoes and accessories. A few blocks away from the apartments one can reach the Hungarian Opera House (in its program there are excellent operas and ballets) as well as the so called Broadway of Budapest with theatres, restaurants and cabarets. The Király Street considered to be the most typical Budapest-style street, has become a favorite place of amusements for young people with its cafés, restaurants, bars and with ruin pubs in its side streets. The Gozsdu Udvar (Courtyard) and the Central Passage are very lively spots of entertainments where people feel like stepping into a special festival.
On Andrássy Avenue – very near to our apartments – there is a metro stop of Metro line number 1 (M1), the first underground built in continental Europe , which goes to Hősők tere (Heroes’ Square) and the Városliget (City Park), a cultural center with numerous interesting sights, where inhabitants of Budapest love to relax. One can enjoy exhibitions of museums there (for instance those of the Museum of Fine Arts), visit the Zoo or the Széchenyi Thermal Bath and Swimming Pool that can offer even a whole day program. Very near to our apartments one can find a Roman Catholic Church and a Lutheran Church , and to a short walking distance the Dohány Street Synagogue, the largest in Europe, which besides religious services is also the venue of cultural events. In the vicinity of the Synagogue there are different shops as well as kosher restaurants. From the Andrássy Avenue practically in no time one gets to one of the most important and most beautiful ecclesiastic and touristic sights, the Saint Stephen Basilica.