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Váci streetThis paved road was the main shopping street, long before it became the first road in Budapest to be transformed into a pedestrian zone. Now, as then, you will find the most expensive shops here. Next to the specialities of Hungarian cuisine, one can very well pick up antiques, jewellery and fashion products. But the best thing to do is to sit in one of the cafes and just watch the hustle and bustle around you. Franz Liszt, Wagner, Brahms and Richard Strauss have all stepped up in the concert hall and ballroom, which was opened in 1865 under the name Vigadó. The imposing building on Vigadó square 2 is one of the most beautiful examples of the Romanesque style.