District VII. is one of the most hip areas of the city, with some very popular ruin bars, are galleries, bars, garden bars, street food places, design shops, specialty cafes, as well as some famous Budapest landmarks like the New York Palace, Great Synagogue, Grand Boulevard, Szimpla Kert, St. Stephens Basilica, Gozsdu Udvar and walking distance to all major sights in Budapest. It is truly the Cultural & Nightlife Centre of Budapest. A must stay area if visiting Budapest!
- Apartment473 sq. ft.
- Separate WCs0
- Min. Stay7 nights
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- Calendar last updated:
- 23 Jul 2018
An Aussie/Brit living in Budapest and really enjoying the vibrance of District 7 and everything that Budapest has to offer.
Why Owner chose Erzsébetváros
I love the vibrance of the District 7 as well as it's history. The district is in the heart of Budapest and locally called Erzsébetváros, translates to Elizabethtown). it is also referred to as the historic Jewish quarter. The reasons are, on one hand, well-founded, because inner Erzsébetváros has been a focal point of the religious and everyday lives of Orthodox Jews since the 19th century (the proofs being architecturally and aesthetically pleasing holy sites such as Dohány utca’s Great Synagogue, the biggest of its kind in Europe), and on the other hand, are also mournful, because this particular section of the seventh district was Budapest’s Jewish Ghetto during World War II. World-famous Kazinczy utca is the birthplace of the ruin pub-phenomenon, and – along with it's cool, relaxed nature. Fogasház, - is a street that never sleeps, and is one of the centers of the city’s nightlife along with Gozsdu-udvar (Gozsdu Courtyard). The latter consists of connected courtyards, and offers an extensive variety of venues, including a classic bar with laidback concerts (Gozsdu Manó Klub), a wine bar (DiVino), an A-plus bistro (Spíler), takeaway eateries (2Spaghi, an authentic Italian pasta place, and Padthai Wok2Go, the name of which speaks for itself), Hungary’s official Apple café (One More Café), a craft beer pub (Léhűtő), and a hangout defying the boundaries of categorization (Kolor, one of the hottest spots in the city that is a bar, a club, a bistro and a hub of culture at the same time). As for Jewish cuisine, Kazinczy utca’s Macesz Huszár is the best in the business. It is the most visited area in area in Budapest.
What makes this Apartment unique
In the heart of Budapest Walk to all sights in Budapest In the heart of a vibrant area with culture, food, people and lots to do. Balcony
Local Services & Businesses
100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.