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Liszt Ferenc tér

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Goodtrip
Goodtrip
June 8, 2018
The square is about 200 meters long with a park in the middle and restaurants and cafes all around.
Zsuzsa
Zsuzsa
May 30, 2018
there are several good restaurants on the Liszt Ferenc square
András
András
April 25, 2018
Plenty of bars and restaurants with terraces.
Krisztina
Krisztina
November 16, 2017
several good restaurants in one place
Edina És Zsolt
Edina És Zsolt
October 7, 2018
A lot of restaurants are there, and so beautiful

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