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Budapest Districts II, III, and IV- The Residential Side of the City

Continuing our series on the different flavours of Budapest Districts, we present more detailed information on Districts II, III and IV. Budapest District II  District II is located west of the Danube and has two distinct...
Budapest District XI. Reading Room of Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Budapest Districts X, XI and XII- The Green and Historic

Our continuing series on Budapest’s Districts turns the spotlight on Districts X, XI and XII, containing the city’s largest brewery and oldest hotel. Budapest District X District X is mainly an industrial area. Kőbánya literally means...
Expat Press - Pelle Zoltan, District VIII

Budapest District VIII and IX – Refreshed and Animated

To continue our review of Budapest’s Districts, we find Districts VIII and IX, two areas that have been undergoing renovations for several years. District VIII Budapest’s pie-wedge-shaped District VIII (Józsefváros) contains two separate and distinct areas:...
Pelle Zoltán Photography - Parliament of Budapest

District V, Budapest at Its Classiest

Belváros. Downtown. The Inner City. Where it all comes together. The Queen of Budapest Districts. It’s all here: District V – Budapest at its classiest. Budapest’s District V, also known as Belváros, is one of...
Expat Press Budapest District VIII

District VIII – The Real Off-Beat Budapest

As amazing as Budapest’s VII District - the Jewish Quarter - has become, a complaint from many is that it’s become too touristy, too busy, and too filled with the sorts of places you...
Budapest District VI., Hosok tere

Budapest Districts – Discovering the Lively VI and VII

Budapest Districts VI and VII are the city’s entertainment heart. It’s all here: music, fine dining, dancing and pubs to suit all tastes. Budapest District VI District VI, or Terézváros, is great for expats and locals...

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