This peaceful square which is for pedestrians only is named, of course, for the famous Hungarian composer. The many cafes and bars here make it a very popular place to relax, especially in summer when you can sit out on the terraces. The parasoled tables and the trees along the middle of the square create an atmosphere that is almost Parisian.
At the end of the square is the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music - an impressive looking Art Nouveau building after its recent renovations. The Academy was founded in 1875, its first president being Franz Liszt and its first director Ferenc Erkel. Bela Bartok, Andras Schiff and Georg Solti are just three of the world famous musicians/conductors who studied here.Back to Stops
- Two cruise tickets,
- Vouchers for gulyás soup, a glass of beer
- Walking tours
- More than 20 other vouchers, entitling our guests to 20-60% discounts at our partner museums, restaurants, baths, the Budapest Zoo and other locations