Tourist attractions in Budapest, Hungary. We are on one of what can be described as Budapest´s man tourist shopping and restaurant streets, many others call this area Budapest´s "tourist trap" lined with tourist shops, retail stores, restaurants, bars, cafe´s and fast food outlets. This is also the location of The Budapest Hard Rock Cafe! We are on the main walking street called Váci utca (Vaci Street).
We stayed at the Budapest Sofitel Chain Bridge Hotel which was located just a few minutes walk from the Vörösmarty tér (Vorosmarty Square). Our Budapest walking street tour begins from this town square which is also the location of the Easter Market and I would imagine the Christmas Market. It is early morning and the City of Budapest is just waking up, the little wooden houses on the Vörösmarty tér are the stores and restaurants all part of the lovely Easter market. This square is also the location of the Hard Rock Cafe Budapest. After passing the Vörösmarty Town Square we soon find ourselves on the main walking street Váci utca (Vaci Street) heading in the direction of the Budapest Great Market Hall (Nagycsarnok). The Vaci utca walking street is either lover or hated by tourists. We where there early before the locals and tourists crowds had begun and it was a nice walk which gave us time to calmly look at the retail shops, bars, restaurants, tourist shops and fast food outlets offering their services to both locals and tourists, not to mention viewing the beautiful architecture of many of the buildings found in this area. After a longer walk down the Váci utca walking Street we find ourselves crossing the busy Kossuth Lajos utca (Kossuth Lajos road). When lthe camera turns to the right viewers will see one of Budapest´s major bridges which connects the two areas of the city divided by the Danube River Buda and Pest hence the name Budapest! The bridge that connects Buda and Pest is called the Elisabeth Bridge (Hungarian: Erzsébet híd). Our city walking street walk then takes us all the way up towards the Budapest Central Market until we reach the busy city square Fővám tér (Fovam Square), this is a busy public transport intersection where travellers will find a selection of trams travelling in all directions. The bridge crossing the Danube River here is called Szabadság híd (in English: Liberty Bridge or Freedom Bridge).
Wiki writes about this famous tourist walking street Váci utca (Vaci Street), "Váci utca (Váci street) is one of the main pedestrian thoroughfares and perhaps the most famous street of central Budapest, Hungary. It features a large number of restaurants and shops catering primarily to the tourist market. The Lonely Planet says "It's tourist central"..."
Wiki writes about the Szabadság híd (The Liberty Bridge or Freedom Bridge), "The Szabadság híd in Budapest, Hungary, connects Buda and Pest across the River Danube. It is the third southernmost public road bridge in Budapest, located at the southern end of the City Centre. It was originally named Ferenc József híd.
This Budapest walking street video is filmed in the City of Budapest, Hungary. Filming is done on the Pest side of the building and locations of the walking street include Budapest walking street Vörösmarty tér, Váci utcaand Fővám tér by the Budapest Central Market Hall.
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