By adrian.phillips

Nightlife in Budapest: a night on the tiles

Budapesters are a sociable lot. When the sun goes down the fun-lovers head out, gathering at prime drinking spots like Liszt Ferenc tér. For those with energy to spare, there are nightclubs to follow

Nightlife in Budapest: a dash of culture

The city of Ferenc Liszt, Béla Bartók and Zoltán Kodály remains a thriving cultural centre. There are thrilling performances of music and dance, ranging from the classical to the cutting edge

Shopping in Budapest: browsing the markets

Budapest's market halls and flea markets offer a lively and colourful shopping experience. These are the places for souvenirs and gifts - from Communist-era badges to amber bottles of Tokaj wine

Shopping in Budapest: antiques and fine china

If you're after a special memento of your visit to Budapest, then what about an antique print, a tablecloth embroidered with traditional rural motifs or a fine piece of Herend porcelain?