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Free-time suggestions within walking distance

 

Museum of Applied Arts

A beautiful art-nouveau building with outstanding temporary exhibitions. After its sister institutions in London and Vienna the Budapest Museum of Applied Arts was the third museum of its kind to be established in Europe.
http://www.imm.hu

Holocaust Memorial Centre

This beautifully reconstructed former synagogue was opened with the aim to commemorate the Hungarian victims of the Holocaust.
http://www.hdke.hu

Trafó House of Contemporary Arts (41 Liliom Street)

Modern art center with dance and visual art performances in a former industrial building.
http://www.trafo.hu

Corvin Plaza

A wide variety of shops and stores such as drug and book stores, beauty shops, electronic stores, cafés, restaurants, bars etc.
http://www.corvinplaza.hu

Ráday Street is Budapest’s number one „restaurant street”. Both sides of the street are filled with busy restaurants, cafés, bars, pubs and terraces churn out tourists and locals during summer. Costes, currently holding the „Best Restaurant” title, is located here. You can find meals of all nationalities from Chinese to Italian, Persian or authentic Hungarian. Ráday Street runs from Kálvin Square till the southern part of Petőfi Bridge.

Danube River
The riverside of the beautiful Danube River is not more than a few minutes walk away from Corvin Hotel Budpaest. Take a nice walk along the bank to admire the Buda Castle and Matthias Church on the opposite side of the river while you pass by Petőfi Bridge, Corvinus University, Liberty Bridge, Chain Bridge and Elisabeth Bridge.