We begin our walk at the hotel at the bridgehead of Lánchíd (Chain bridge) on the Buda side (accessible from Deák square by bus No. 16). From here we continue along F? street, which is the high street of Víziváros, the area between the Castle and the Danube once populated by fishermen. We make our way up to the Castle on the intimate rows of stairs. Walking along Fortuna street, we can observe the new houses built in place of those destroyed during the war. Their restrained, but modern figure is still interesting. The most aching wound of the war can be seen on Szent György square. Descending from the Castle Hill, we pass by the southern railway station, one of the greatest architectural achievements of the seventies in Hungary. After a few stops, we end our journey at Millenáris Park, the popular park and leisure center built on the grounds of a former factory.
Lánchíd 19 Design Hotel - Budapest I., Lánchíd str. 19.
Pala House - Budapest I., F? street 14-18.
French Institute - Budapest I., F? u. 17.
MVM-headquarters - Budapest I., Vám str. 5-7.
Toldy Secondary School extension - Budapest I., Donáti street 28.
Raoul Wallenberg Guesthouse - Budapest I., Szabó Ilonka street 7.
Hapimag House - Budapest I., Fortuna str. 8.
Szent György square - Budapest I., Szent György street
Magyar Telekom Headquarters - Budapest I., Krisztina ave. 55.
Krisztina Palace - Budapest XII., Nagyenyed street 8-14.
Kékgolyó Str. Lutheran Center - Budapest XII., Kékgolyó street 17.
Barabás Mansion - Budapest XII., Városmajor str. 44.
Fény street market - Budapest II. district, crossing of Retek street - Fény street - Löv?ház street
Millenáris Park - Budapest II., Kis Rókus str. 16?20.