Avenue Andrássy and its surroundings constitute a harmonious ensemble featuring the architecture of the late nineteenth century, despite the fact that it's clearly demarcated into different sections. Take in the best creations of this eclectic architecture including the beautiful opera and a host of many fine buildings concealing sumptuous interiors, statues and fountains.
One of the special features of Avenue Andrássy is barely visible on the surface, but on descending by the wrought iron balustrades, visitors can discover an underground railway over a century old that still functions today.
All year long :
Every day, 24/7
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