Most street art in Budapest are in the 7th district, in the city’s Jewish Quarter. So if you’re walking around Kazinczy, Dob and Akácfa Streets, chances are that you’ll bump into some really exciting murals and other forms of street art. There are also some beautiful murals on the Pest side in the 13th district.
Just like in other cities, street art in Budapest appear and disappear and in many cases these unique murals are used only to temporarily cover a facade, while other forms of street art often express political opinions and they are often removed by local governments. Therefore, through exploring Budapest’s street art, you can get a glimpse into society’s current issues and into the locals’ everyday lives.
If you want to learn more about Budapest’s street art, take a look at this comprehensive map.