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Váci utca

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Váci utca

Váci utca (Váci street) is one of the main pedestrian thoroughfares and perhaps the most famous street of central Budapest, Hungary. It features a large number of restaurants and shops catering primarily to the tourist market. The Lonely Planet says "It's tourist central, but the line of cafés and shops are worth seeing — at least once."[1] Whilst the big name stores are safe enough, the smaller shops and cafes are not averse to ripping off tourists. Tales of woe abound about Pertu Station cafe and some souvenir shops will exchange to euros at 20% more than bureaux de change.

Váci utca is one of the main shopping streets in Budapest. Among the retaliers located here are: Zara, H&M, Mango, ESPRIT, Douglas AG, Swarovski, Hugo Boss, Lacoste, Nike. The street opens to Vörösmarty Square.

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Coordinates: 47°29′39.20″N 19°3′8.73″E / 47.4942222°N 19.0524250°E / 47.4942222; 19.0524250

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