Vörösmarty Square

A popular square in the heart of downtown Budapest

Vörösmarty Square
Café Gerbaud
Statue of Mihály Vörösmarty
Millennium Underground Railway
The square is also home to the annual Christmas Market

Why visit: walks, Gerbeaud Café, people-watching, shops, Váci Street, Budapest Christmas Market

Things to Do and See in Vörösmarty Square

Vörösmarty Square is a popular square in the heart of Budapest, located at the northern end of Váci Street. It was named after the renowned Hungarian poet Mihály Vörösmarty, whose statue can be seen in the middle of the square. This is where the Millennium Underground begins and this is where every year the Christmas Market is held. The main attraction here is however the famous Gerbeaud Café, a tenant since 1870. The newest addition to the square is a high-tech, glass-covered mall/office building.

Getting to Vörösmarty Square: Take the Millennium Underground (M1) to Vörösmarty Square, or Subways (M2) or (M3) to Deák Ferenc tér, or Streetcar 2 to Vigadó tér

Vörösmarty Square Reviews

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  • Picture of Michelle Yiu Michelle Yiu 03/29/2012 43211

    I visited during the Christmas. The atmosphere was great!

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