To drink quality coffee is truly stimulating, and to drink it in relaxed surroundings, truly uplifting. It has long been the symbol of indulgence and luxury. The traditional café atmosphere has always been a catalyst for literature, music and all branches of the arts. The Anna Presszó, an acknowledged meeting place of famous people since 1954, is bound up with the bubbling life of Váci Street in the heart of the city…
The road going north from Pest used to be guarded by the Váci Gate. This used to be the way to Vác, hence the name of the Váci Street. The street in the middle of the city is one of the most important tourist hubs today, near the riverbank of the old Danube. Anna Café is situated in the middle of the buzzy street…Take a look at us.
Fővám Square is one of the most frequented places in Budapest. In the time of Mathias, the city wall and the Belgrád Gate used to be here, through which one could get into Pest. The ring of centuries-old buildings is still a characteristic of the square, accompanied by the beautiful scenery. Sitting at the enormous terrace, one can observe the sun setting behind the Gellért Hill. On the side, the crowd of merchants and buyers can be seen around the Great Market Hall, and the recently renovated Liberty Bridge is in sight…Take a look at us.