Europe’s second biggest Parliament building is one of Budapest’s postcard superstars with its neo-Gothic architecture, peaking high in the sky.To unwind after the tour, opt for a peaceful pause in the Parliament’s vicinity by just strolling around the recently renovated Kossuth Square surrounding the monumental building. A short distance away, Café Smúz is a colorful combination of a coffee shop, a florist, and a wine bar, and lounging here provides an aromatic recharge for the mind.
This is a little green "hidden" park in the hart of District 6th. Fountain, flowers, trees, birds and a small cafe shop will be found there. If you want to get fresh fruits, vegetables or meat - the Hunyadi ter Market is just across the park.
Erzsébet Square is a huge green park downtown, adjacent to Deák Square. Being in the heart of the city, it is one of the favorite spots for many to sit down and read or just to hang out, chat. The huge set of steps in front of the Akvárium Klub are the Spanish Steps of Budapest. You can also enjoy cool exhibitions, design fairs and conferences at the Design Terminal, have a glass of wine in the warmer months at Fröccsterasz, and taste the ice-cream wonders of Dessert cafe.