Szimpla

Szimpla

the art of making a bar out of ruins

Location: 

Budapest, Kazinczy u. 14, 1075 Ungarn

Duration: 

Saturday, November 7, 2015

personal highlights

  1. Pest City: independent city until 1873 / no tall buildings allowed
  2. Ruin Bars: abandaned buildings converted to pulsating nightlife
  3. Szimpla Kert: most creative bar complex with endless decoration
  4. Elizabethtown: 7th district, called after Queen Elisabeth in 1882
  5. Jewish quarter: today the main area for pubs, bars & restaurants

image sources

  1. gallery on first floor @ szimpla kert
  2. random freaky decoration @ szimpla kert
  3. flying bicycle wall decoration @ szimpla kert
  4. yet another disco ball decoration @ szimpla kert
  5. random guys playing table soccer @ szimpla kert

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