At first, the tour follows the track of Váci street that has been the most important shopping zone in town since the 19th century. It may now only be used by pedestrians. On further sections of the tour we may find many interesting shops (around Mikszáth Kálmán square) and restaurants (Liszt Ferenc square), it is therefore worthwhile to do some shopping along the way. After crossing the 5th district, our journey leads through the so called Palace district, where noble families had built up their homes around the National Museum in the second half of the 19th century. Walking along the Great boulevard, we find our way back to the starting point by taking the Andrássy avenue, Budapest's most prestigious avenue.
Gödör Club - Budapest V., Erzsébet square
Erzsébet square - Budapest V., Erzsébet square
Hotel Kempinski - Budapest V., Erzsébet square 7-8.
Vörösmarty 1. - Budapest V., Vörösmarty square 1.
Kalvin Center - Budapest VIII. Kálvin square 11. and 12-13.
Societas Cordis Jesu Motherhouse - Budapest VIII., Horánszky str. 14.
Passzázs House - Budapest VIII., Horánszky street 10. ? Mária street 9.
New York Palace - Budapest VII., Erzsébet ave. 9?11.
Paris Department Store - Budapest VII. Andrássy út 39. ? Paulay Ede u. 54.
New Theater - Budapest VI., Paulay Ede str. 35.
ING office building - Budapest VI., Andrássy ave. 9.
International Trade Center - Budapest V., Bajcsy-Zsilinszky str. 12.