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布达佩斯的缤纷体验

当地人的热门推荐

从游览观光到探秘鲜为人知的好去处,在最熟悉这座城市的当地达人带领下,了解这座城市的独特之处。
商场
“If you need shopping, money exchange or wide range of food options Corvin Plaza is an answer.”
  • 73位当地人推荐
咖啡馆
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“A very elegant and traditional coffee house, since 1870 – traditional cakes in a new shape. ”
  • 116位当地人推荐
夜店
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“One of the most famous clubs in Budapest, two dance floors and great atmosphere”
  • 40位当地人推荐
商场
“The Biggest Shopping Mall in Budapest. You could spend a whole day at Arena Mall. The shopping centre has boutiques, bookshops and designer furniture well as imported food, banks, beauty salons, fitness center, dining options and even a cinema. ”
  • 63位当地人推荐
Toy / Game Store
“Mammut shopping mall would provide you with everything needed from a shopping mall.”
  • 88位当地人推荐
Night Club
“For those who think that the party district only consists of Kazinczy Street and the fifty metres around it, we’ll say this: it’s well worth exploring a little bit further, even just in the seventh District. To Klauzál Street, for instance: this is especially recommended for those who enjoy those unbelievable contrasts in Budapest. And what could be more surprising than Doboz (Box) appearing from behind the dilapidated street front? Doboz has one of the most trendy interiors (the eponymous red box installation in front, and the statue of King Kong, with his eyes lit up, by Miklós Gábor Szőke) among Seventh District ruinpubs, which is not by any means a mean feat. Every little detail in the almost 1000-square-meter place is carefully constructed to serve the nearly 1500 people who can fit in there – and therefore Doboz defines itself as a ‘premium ruinpub’.”
  • 64位当地人推荐
Synagogue
“There are different bars and pubs there with nice food and some places you can enjoy live music”
  • 114位当地人推荐
广场
“From Oktogon public transport area you can easily reach any of your destinations.”
  • 74位当地人推荐
匈牙利餐厅
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“Perfect place to properly taste Hungarian cuisine (Fish soup, goulash, paprika chicken, meat dishes, etc..) with generous portions and reasonable prices. It's close to Heroes' square. You should make a reservation. ”
  • 99位当地人推荐
披萨店
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“The mile-long Király Street is flourishing and buzzing with activity. This street is of historical significance and is perpendicular to Kazinczy Street. It's also one of the entrances to the passage known as Gozsdu Udvar, which feels like an entirely separate hub of the city. In addition to the shops, hostels, restaurants, bars, bistros, and teahouses, the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music also help to shape the street's cultural character. In the winter months, Király Street is defined by the Christmas lights and the smell of roasted chestnuts. From spring, it's the territory of tourists and locals in search of fun spots for a day or night out.”
  • 102位当地人推荐
步行广场
“Great place to shop for international brands! ( for example: Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Massimo Dutti, Benetton, Zara)”
  • 49位当地人推荐
意大利餐厅
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“Opened in 2002, Trattoria Pomo D'Oro is a wildly popular Italian restaurant in Budapest's downtown that marries a red-sauce, old-school Italian trattoria with a modern restaurant. This means that the place draws everyone from middle-class Hungarian families looking for Italian comfort food to foodies, business customers, and tourists. As a result, the ever-expanding space, which has managed to retain a cozy vibe, is packed to capacity with a mixed crowd every day of the week. While not cheap by Budapest standards—mains range from €10 to €20—price points aren't outrageous for its caliber. Here, it's hard to go wrong with anything, but I most enjoy the rich, Tuscan tomato soup (pappa al pomodoro; €6), the strozzapreti hand-rolled pasta (€9), and the branzino fillet, be it charcoal-grilled (€12) or steamed and filled with pancetta and black mussels (€15). The pizzas, prepared in a wood-burning oven, skew Neapolitan-style with an airy crust. Do save room for dessert as the profiterole and the good old tiramisu are among the best you'll find in Budapest. The long wine list features both Italian and Hungarian bottles. Note that Pomo D'Oro is most enjoyable in the evenings, as it's often overrun by business people from the nearby financial district at lunchtime. All in all, reliable Italian food and a friendly service rightfully make Pomo D'oro a sought-after restaurant in Budapest. Reservations are an absolute must.”
  • 62位当地人推荐
Route
“The closest park to the hostel. Two playgrounds, café in the middle and all around the park. Big green area. From spring till autumn there are several festivals, happennings organized here. ”
  • 69位当地人推荐
教堂
“Officially named the Church of the Assumption of the Buda Castle, Matthias Church sits in front of the Fisherman’s Bastion in the centre of Buda’s Castle District. The church’s first iteration (then dedicated to Mary) was built in 1015 under the first king of Hungary, Saint Stephen. The current building is remarkable for its late Gothic style, first constructed in the second half of the 14th century, and restored in the late 19th century. The name of the contemporary church refers not to Saint Matthias but to King Matthias Corvinus the Fair, who remodelled the building in the 15th century with the addition of the church’s southern tower, the appropriately named Matthias bell tower.”
  • 89位当地人推荐
水疗
“My favourite spa in Budapest. You'll hear usually about Gellért, Rudas or Széchenyi spas. These are the most expensive and busy spas in Budapest, full of tourists. Lukács is more calm, cosy, modest and cheap place, with not that much foreigner guests. Distance: 1,2 km on foot, or 3 stops by bus and a short walk. In my opinion the best things are: swim outside in chilly winter days even in heavy snowfall, also sunbath at the roof terrace, and relax in the hot (30-40 C) turkish bath. Enjoy!”
  • 80位当地人推荐
Hostel
“I would suggest to walk in these two streets: Raday utca and Krúdy Gyula utca, the streets are nearby and there are plenty of cafes and bars. try Manufactura pizza nearby, you can take it away and eat in the park with an amazing view. ”
  • 112位当地人推荐