Walking down on Andrássy Avenue from Oktogon towards City Park, at the end of the Millenium Underground Railway (Metro line 1), Heroe’s Square is represented as the largest square right at the entrance of the beautiful City Park. The spacious square has got a nearly 40 m high column with a statue. Here lies the spectacular Transylvanian fortress styled Vajdahunyad Castle and the Széchenyi Bath, too.
It is the largest and oldest indoor market in Budapest, Hungary. This market is not only great in its size, but also great in other aspects. The area size of the building is 10,000 square meters, which is covered by steel structure. The entrance gate has a neogothic touch. A distinctive architectural feature is the roof which was restored to have colourful Zsolnay tiling from Pécs. The market offers a huge variety of stalls on three floors. You can buy fresh goods, souveniers, also you can try local dishes. It is next to the Liberty Bridge and close to the bars of Balna (after the big university building), where you can enjoy the sunset next to a nice glass of fröccs (wine with sparkling water).
At the first stop of the Millennium Underground (Metro line 1) there is a huge square, which is the most elegant pedestrian zone in Budapest. The city’s yearly spring and Christmas festivals are organized here. If you’re out of these seasons, you can still enjoy Gerbeaud House, the world-famous Hungarian confectionery. The square today is used mostly for commercial functions. Its architecture is quite varied, as well. It is very close to Váci street, the famous shopping street and through Deák square, Andrássy Avenue is easy to access.
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