Once upon a time is still happening!
A lost time is charmingly preserved and tucked inside the walls of Buda Castle where on cobblestone streets one can stroll past architecture that dates back to the 13th century while still being in a modern neighborhood. Walking along the castle's walls is epic along with the view of the Danube below, it never gets old no matter how old it may be.
Pay homage to the Old Country
Vasarcsarnok: Central Market
Transcend the traditional supermarket and return to a superb Renascence of local sellers supplying you with the fruition of their Hungarian culture. A surplus of produce and meats on the market's first level and the second level supplies you with instantaneous traditional cuisine.
Buda's Mega Mall
Made up of 300 shops, Mammut is divided into Mammut 1 and Mammut Il. The two malls are connected by one glass hallway on the second floor. There is a food court, restaurants, the cinema, bowling and lots of shopping. Its stylish and huge, servicing the higher end of Buda's inhabitants.
Telep Art Bar and Bistro
At Telep, cream of the Budapest underground culture meets. This place is a very stable base of creatives, illustrators, longboarders, bikers, designers and individuals of course. We, as locals, usually go there because of us, we find almost everyone of our acquaintanceship here. Great bagels, gallery, night life, local beverages, beers, vines.
So sweet you wanna eat it up
Welcome to the Hungarian Willy Wonka sweets' paradise. It is a design confectionary, with all the different kinds of cakes, tarts, ice-cream and a ton more that you may or may not dream of. The bright, colourful and trendy interior adds extra character to the place.
the image shop
Even though this is close to a classical stationary store, this is my regular place to stop by when I am looking for very fairly prices souvenirs for not locals. Incredible amount of greeting cards, posters, calendars, notepads and card games all with Hungarian imagery.