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Ráday Street

Doporučuje 114 místních ·

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September 03, 2018
I would suggest to walk in these two streets: Raday utca and Krúdy Gyula utca, the streets are nearby and there are plenty of cafes and bars. try Manufactura pizza nearby, you can take it away and eat in the park with an amazing view.
August 24, 2018
The Ráday utca has many different restaurants. You can find traditional Hungarian food, Italian, Mexican and also Asian food, like Sushi. Much choice, budget friendly and just two corners away.
June 11, 2018
The No1 food street of Budapest! Must visit! 5-10 min walk away
May 20, 2018
there are lots of restaurants on this street from budget to high class.... you can simply just walk up and down and see which one you fancy
May 02, 2018
Ráday is often referred to as a restaurant street, as there are many indoor and outdoor cafés, bars and restaurants standing side by side. Starting from the end near the Small Boulevard, we immediately see Costes, a Michelin-starred restaurant, that bewitches visitors with its elegant interior,…

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