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Váci street

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Vaci Utca, Budapest, Hungary, 1052
Located in Budapest, this wonderful pedestrian-only street runs from Vorosmarty-ter all the way to Vamhaz-korut and the beautiful Market Hall. The pedestrian section used to end at the point where the street is bisected by the Elizabeth Bridge, however, a few years ago a second section was made pedestrian as well. While the first section is lively and popular, the other area emanates more charm. A melange of cafes, fancy shops and boutiques can be found along the street. Among some of its spectacular sights are the remnants of the Medieval Váci gate at Vörösmarty Square and other interesting structures located along Váci utca.
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