Lipótváros (Léopold Town)

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The Lipótváros district is named after Leopold II, King of Hungary from 1790 to 1792, and is part of the historic centre of Pest, along with Belváros. It is the location of the handsome Parliament House, Ethnographic Museum, St Stephen's Basilica, Gresham Palace and the Hungarian Academy of Science, among others. With its monuments, tree-lined squares and antique shops along Falk Miksa Street, the neighbourhood is ideally suited to exploring on foot.

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Falk Miksa

Nearby tourist attractions

Budapest Parliament
Budapest Parliament
Attributed to Imre Steindl, this
60 minutes
Gaiety Theatre
Gaiety Theatre
The Gaiety theatre is a neo-baroque
15 minutes
Kossuth Lajos tér
Kossuth Lajos tér
In this large square, on 23rd October
15 minutes
Budapest's Museum of Ethnography
Budapest's Museum of Ethnography
This neo-Renaissance Palace, the former
90 minutes
Vértanúk ter
Vértanúk ter
In this small square you will see the
15 minutes
Hold Street
Hold Street
This is where you will find one of the
15 minutes
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Budapest Parliament
Budapest Parliament
Attributed to Imre Steindl, this
60 minutes
Gaiety Theatre
Gaiety Theatre
The Gaiety theatre is a neo-baroque
15 minutes
Kossuth Lajos tér
Kossuth Lajos tér
In this large square, on 23rd October
15 minutes
See all