The Street Art of Budapest

We love finding interesting street art in cities around the world, and Budapest was certainly no different. We find it interesting that there are often sites now where you can find maps of all of the street art in a city, which is great for people that enjoy seeing all of the variations of street art that a city has to offer. Much of the street art in Budapest is located in the Old Jewish Quarter where trendy restaurants and shops are now really popular. We didn’t use a map during our trip, so the art we found, we found somewhat randomly. As with most street art, it was colorful and sometimes whimsical. Here are a few of our favorites.

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It Almost Looks Like She is Peeking Through the Trees
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Just Outside a Ruin Pub
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Pastel Colors
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Very Colorful Street Art
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Geometric Shapes

 

8 thoughts on “The Street Art of Budapest”

  1. Street art does seem to be very much an Eastern European thing right now and much of it is really fabulous! Do you subscribe to notesfromcamelidcountry’s blog? They write a lot about it too.

  2. Some great pieces. I’ve not been to Budapest for 5 years so only recognise one of these but like you, I didn’t have a map where I was actively looking for it so would have easily missed these even if they were there. I need to go back!

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