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Andrassy Avenue

Listed under Shopping Streets & Malls in Budapest, Hungary.

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Andrassy Avenue is also called the Hungarian Champs-Elysee as it is very similar to the one in Paris. It connects the inner city and the City Park area. The avenue is lined with beautiful Neo-Renaissance palaces and houses featuring fine facades, staircases and interiors, exclusive shops and atmospheric café hosues. You can also find here one of the best sounding Opera houses of Europe, the birth-house of the famous composer Franz Liszt and the the Budapest Soho area is also located here. This healthy 40 minute walk from start to the end is highly recommended.

On the way back the Millenium Underground (the second oldest in Europe) can be used for your convenience.

Written by  Agnes.

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