Vaz Street is located on the east side of Budapest’s city center. It is quite different from pedestrian streets in other cities. Vaz Street is neither very long nor very wide. The only similarity is that it is full of shops on both sides and there are many tourists. Opposite the terminus of the south exit of Vaz Street is the Budapest Central Market.
Vaci Street is in the center of Budapest. There are many luxury brands, such as LV, Coach, Chanel, Omega and so on. I went to LV, there are Chinese shop assistants who can speak Chinese. This street should be the most fashionable in Hungary
Watts Street is a pedestrian street for shopping. It is interesting to visit here. There are many commercial establishments on the street. You can stroll here slowly. There are also some bars on this street that you can visit at night.
Vaci Street is the main pedestrian street in the center of Budapest. Vaci Street is very long, starting from Vörösmarty tér at the north end to the Great Market. Mainly for tourists, there are various restaurants, bars, and souvenir shops on the street. If you need to shop, you can also solve it here. You can also find brands of common clothes, shoes and cosmetics here. Generally, from the beginning of November to the beginning of January of the following year, there will be a Christmas market which is very lively~~Buy a glass of mulled wine and stroll around slowly~It is really pleasant~There are also many money-changing shops on Váci Street. The exchange rate is also Not bad. There are many souvenir shops on the street~ You can buy some souvenirs here~~ In addition to postcards, refrigerator stickers, cups, snowballs and other conventional souvenirs, Hungary also has some special souvenirs worth buying~ For example, Hungary special wine ( But I don’t recommend buying wine on Váci Street~ The supermarket is cheaper~ And if you want to put it in your checked baggage, you have to wrap it tightly so that it won’t fall apart. It’s better to buy it at the airport~), chili powder, chocolate and Some unique handicrafts.
An old pedestrian street, not very lively. Café Gerbeaud (the place where Princess Sissi learns foreign languages), the number one coffee shop in Budapest on major websites, is here. In addition, the delicious Lucky7Burgers&More store is also here.
In fact, to travel to a country or city, one should spare half a day, slowly and quietly, to stroll around its streets. Feel the life of the locals. Walking on the streets of Budapest, I feel that the pace of life here is not very fast, and the pace of people is not very fast. The police are also gentle and polite.