Gozsdu Udvar

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Gozsdu Udvar

Hidden behind an inconspicuous entrance a few minutes from Deák Tér, this series of interconnected courtyards filled with lively restaurants, cafés, and bars is a bustling spot both day and night. Built in the early 20th century by a foundation established by Romanian Hungarian lawyer and politician Emanoil Gojdu, the courtyard is taken over by painters showing off and selling their works on Tuesday and Thursday, while on weekends the passage hosts a market filled with jewelry, hand-spun textiles, and various unlikely, eccentric finds.

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