What draws many to Budapest’s 13th district is Margit Sziget (Margaret Island); a lovely, large island park in the Danube. Home to an island of peaceful gardens, a mini zoo, a water park and Alfréd Hajós sports pool, a musical fountain and a running track, the district is a popular spot with locals. The relaxed, residential vibe presents a different side to Budapest and places to live are often snapped up pretty quickly. The traditional home of the Jewish population has a chilled and inviting atmosphere, and is home to the Vígszínház (Comedy Theatre), the Budapest Pinball Museum and the RaM Colosseum theatre. Be sure to check out the Garmada Önkiszolgáló Bolhapiac (flea-market), Budapest Jazz Club, Szent István park, the Danube promenade from Pozsonyi út to the Duna Aréna or the Hungarian Railway Museum, as well as many of the area’s hidden gems
. One of the best neighborhoods in Budapest, the Újlipótváros is not to be missed when contemplating where to stay in Budapest.
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