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Andrassy Avenue, Budapest

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Lined with luxury boutiques, cafes, restaurants, theaters, and Neo-Renaissance mansions and townhouses, Andrassy Avenue links the city center with the main park. As you stroll and shop, explore notable spots on the boulevard, such as the Hungarian State Opera House, the Academy of Music, and the House of Terror, commemorating victims of Communist and Fascist eras. If you get tired exploring, hop on the first subway line in continental Europe, which runs just beneath the avenue. To visit Andrassy Avenue on your trip to Budapest, use our Budapest sightseeing planner.
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  • Often described as “Champs-Élysées and Broadway rolled into one,” the intersection of Nagymező Street and Andrassy Avenue in Budapest, commonly known as Pest Broadway, is historically renowned for... 
    Often described as “Champs-Élysées and Broadway rolled into one,” the intersection of Nagymező Street and Andrassy Avenue in Budapest, commonly known as Pest Broadway, is historically renowned for...  more »
  • Definitely reminded me of strolling the avenues of Paris…beautiful old trees, magnificent homes and buildings and wide streets with views from one end to the other. We walked from the Opera House to....  more
    Definitely reminded me of strolling the avenues of Paris…beautiful old trees, magnificent homes and buildings and wide streets with views from one end to the other. We walked from the Opera House to....  more »
  • Andrassy Avenue, together with the Heroes' Square that closes it and the M1 metro line under it, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2002. The comparison of the avenue with the Champs-Elysees....  more
    Andrassy Avenue, together with the Heroes' Square that closes it and the M1 metro line under it, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2002. The comparison of the avenue with the Champs-Elysees....  more »

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