Elizabeth Square

Elizabeth Square

Elizabeth Square (Erzsébet tér in Hungarian) sits in central Pest, right in the heart of downtown Budapest. With plenty of attractions nearby, and easy access to public transit, it's one of the busiest places in the city. At the central building once used as Budapest’s main bus station, you’ll find a couple of bars and restaurants, including the Fröccsterasz, named after Hungary’s popular summer spritzer (fröccs). The other half of Erzsébet tér is mainly filled with the large water feature and the stepped terrace of the prominent Akvárium Klub. Crowds gather outside in summer, either waited on at terrace tables or just hanging around at the water’s edge or sit in the grass to chat, picnic, read a book and get ready for the party.

Available:

Grand City Tour

Parliament Tour

Essential Pest free walking tour

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