Thanks to the many indoor and outdoor cafés, bars, restaurants and galleries located here, Ráday Street (Ráday utca) has a special character. This bustling neighborhood is often referred to as ‘Budapest Soho’.
Ráday Street also has plenty of beautiful buildings. One of these is the Ráday Library, located at Ráday utca 28. It was founded in the 18th century by landowner Gedeon Ráday, the person the street was named after.
Budapest's first restaurant to receive a Michelin Star, Costes, is also located on Ráday Street.
Getting to Ráday Street: Ráday Street runs from Kálvin tér to Ferenc körút. Take Subway (M3) to Kálvin tér or Streetcars 4 or 6 to Mester utca or Boráros tér