Váci Street : Michelin's recommendations
Another place that is unavoidable, especially between Vörösmarty tér and Szabadsajtó út. The exceptional shopping street but also the street for tourists, lined with bureaux of exchange and shops of all kinds with enticing displays. There as well you can fall over trying to the lèche-vitrines or else to have a look around in the clothes shops, with table articles, embroidered goods, records, the book shops, the jewellery shops, the leather goods, etc. A street where amateur musicians, mime artists and other performers come in the tourist season to amuse the passers-by waiting for a few forints in compensation, where the sellers of post cards, guide books and illustrated books on the city have set up their stalls. In Váci Street don't forget to look up to admire some façades: No. 5, No. 11a (Art nouveau), No. 13 (oldest building of the street in Neo-classical style), No. 15 (façade in carved wood), No. 18 (ceramics). In a small square on the corner of Régiposta Street, Hermes fountain (Hermész-díszkút), messenger from the Gods and between each other, the protector of trade. In all the adjacent sector to Váci Street, some other shopping streets are worth a short walk: Petõfi Sándor Street, Párizsi Street, Haris köz, Kígyó Street.
- Address : Váci Utca H - Budapest 10521052Budapest
- Prices : free of charge