Have you ever dreamed of having your personal garden in the heart of Budapest. If the answer is YES, than come check out this unique two-story modern apartment with a beautiful panorama rooftop terrace, from which you will see the hills, the Basilica and the Citadel.
It has excellent facilities, only one wall of the room is in contact with the neighbors, so you will hardly see or hear them. This apartment has a South-East layout, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with large,high ceilings allowing natural sunlight through the windows.A large parking space can be purchased in the indoor garage upon request.
The centre of excitement and eccentricity, District VII is where the city comes to life.
The historical Jewish Quarter occupies much of this district, with the border marked by the Great Synagogue, one of Budapest’s gems and the biggest in Europe. Here old meets new in a perfect combination. Crumbling buildings converted into pubs stand alongside contemporary coffee shops. It’s simultaneously established and trendy, giving it an edgy appeal.
Along the narrow streets can be found an array of establishments, from antique stores to niche design shops to escape rooms. Artists and creators come here to cowork in the hip cafes. Live music is never hard to find, with venues playing music of every genre.
Food here in District VII is as eclectic as its surroundings. The cuisine options are endless and delicious. On a single stretch of Wesselenyi street, you can find Irish muffins, Iranian cakes, and Albanian gyros.
The nightlife here is remarkable. From big clubs to small dive bars to cozy garden pubs, there is something here for everyone. With the world-famous ruin bars and the Instant-Fogas club complex, the party never ends in this district. Until the wee hours of the morning, excitement and entertainment can be easily found by locals and tourists alike.
District VII is a perfect choice for those who love adventure; this area provides endless opportunities for exploration and discovery. The streets here are always alive and buzzing.
District VII is famous for its nightlife, which means that excitement is just out the front door, but so is the noise. The tourist congestion in some areas can be unpleasant. Also, there are very few parks in this district, meaning a lack of green space.