I call my flat mini loft. It has the advantages: cozy atmosphere, unique open shower. But the size turns the disadvantages into positive: everything is in arm-length.
In the central of Budapest, 5 minutes walk from the river Danube. Near to Ráday pedestrian street with cafes, bars and restaurants.
Very close to several public transport and universities.
Ráday street area (inner 9th district) is located along the Ráday street, up from the Southern part of Grand Boulvard to Kálvin Square and to Liberty Bridge and back to Grand Boulvard along the Danube.
It is known for Ráday street a vibrant cobblestoned street with restaurants, pubs, coffeeshops and their terraces. In the evenings dj’s, jazz and other kinds of bands play music to the audience. You can find all kinds of places here: from cheap to expensive, from a potato bar to a traditional Hungarian restaurant. There used to be some underground and cult pubs here but when the area turned very popular and the prices began to rise, they moved. The last 2 ones of this kind of places are "IF" and "...