Kazinczy Street is located in the Jewish District of Budapest often referred to as the “Street of Culture”. It is Budapest’s nightlife street and a go-to place for those wishing to experience Hungarian club and pub scene.
The romokocsmáks, or “ruin pubs” are popular here and offer cheap food and drinks in a unique atmosphere with retro gardens and cool interior designs.
Restaurants and bistros also abound here, making it a perfect place to unwind after a day of sightseeing in the city. For those who can’t get enough of cultural sighting in the city, Kazinczy Street is also a perfect place to continue doing so by visiting the Orthodox Synagogue, 1912 a neo-Renaissance building.
Also on the street is the Hungarian Museum of Electrotechnics, which contains three exhibitions that will give visitors an insight into the history of electrotechnics in Hungary.
If visiting during the beginning of summer, come here to experience the Judafest, a festival where you will discover the cultural and gastronomical heritage of the Jews in Hungary.