Budapest

Budapest is filled with sörözős (beer bars), but the way to go is to head for one of the romkerts ("ruin gardens," which are housed in the courtyards of abandoned buildings). There you will meet a cross section of artists, professionals, students, and tourists enjoying a DJ or Hungarian microbrew. If wine is more your thing, don
Budapest is filled with sörözős (beer bars), but the way to go is to head for one of the romkerts ("ruin gardens," which are housed in the courtyards of abandoned buildings). There you will meet a cross section of artists, professionals, students, and tourists enjoying
Budapest is filled with sörözős (beer bars), but the way to go is to head for one of the romkerts ("ruin gardens," which

Budapest is filled with sörözős (beer bars), but the way to go is to head for one of the romkerts ("ruin gardens," which are housed in the courtyards of abandoned buildings). There you will meet a cross section of artists, professionals, students, and tourists enjoying a DJ or Hungarian microbrew. If wine is more your thing, don’t miss spending a few hours in a wine bar (more upscale than the divey borozós). Wine bars have lengthy wine lists comprising excellent Hungarian wines, and most servers speak reasonable enough English to recommend a wine and explain what you are getting.

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  • 1. BorBíróság

    Wine Bars–Nightlife

    Tucked behind the Vásárcsarnok (Central Market Hall) in downtown Budapest, this is among the best places in Budapest to sample a range of...Read More

  • 2. Szimpla Kert

    Bars/Pubs

    The oldest and best-known of Budapest's uniquely Hungarian romkerts , Szimpla Kert has won various international awards for its wild, exuberant...Read More

  • 3. A38

    South Buda | Dance Clubs

    Originally a Ukrainian stone-freighter, A38 is now permanently moored on the Buda side of the Danube and has a restaurant upstairs, an exhibition...Read More

  • 4. Alter Ego

    Andrássy út | Dance Clubs

    One of the most mixed of the gay clubs draws from the gay, lesbian, and heterosexual communities equally. No doubt the laid-back, friendly atmosphere...Read More

  • 5. CoXx Club

    Blaha Lujza tér | Bars/Pubs

    This men-only bar is in a huge cellar with an industrial-looking brick-and-metal motif. There's a small dance floor with a nightly DJ. Formerly...Read More

  • 6. Élesztő

    Brewpubs/Beer Gardens

    While Budapest was a little slow to embrace the craft beer movement, it's finally and enthusiastically exploring the world of independent beermakers...Read More

  • 7. Fat Mo's

    Music Clubs

    Established Hungarian jazz headliners and young up-and-comers play from Thursday through Saturday in the popular, though small, stylishly brick...Read More

  • 8. Lánchíd Söröző

    Batthyány tér | Bars/Pubs

    Next to Clark Ádám tér, a large square in Buda at the end of the Lánchíd (Chain Bridge), this tiny pub attracts tourists and locals alike. The...Read More

  • 9. Pótkulcs

    Nyugati Train Station | Bars/Pubs

    The name of this pub means "spare key," and this one attracts a hip, bohemian crowd. There is no sign outside, just a metal door bearing the...Read More

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