Rooftop bars above Budapest
Posted by Ágnes Taraszovics · Aug 7, 2014

What could be better than enjoy the magnificent view on the top of the city in a cool breeze with a spectacular view? Not much at all. From our new compilation you can get to know Budapest’s coolest roof terraces.


Corvintető is a mixture of a rooftop ruin bar and a modern, buzzing underground dance club, with 600 square feet rooftop terrace. It’s the largest, first and most popular roof terrace in the city center. Thursdays are movie-nights: the audience can vote and select the movie of the week on facebook. And an extra positive aspect: there are two indoor dance floors, so a possible storm doesn’t break the party.


Gozsdu Sky Terrace

Budapest’s favorite summer place in the party district. The access is a bit complicated because you need to go through the garage, but if you are up there, the experience is worth the effort. Nice environment greets us: sophisticated white plank floor, real grass and relaxed elegance. And the assorted artisan beers can be consumed even sitting in bean bags.

Tip Top Bar

Tip Top Bar represents the cool, chill out style among the rooftop bars. There is live music every evening, soft chill is the central factor. Its appearance is fresh, with wood and metal equipment, pallet furnitures, canvas and cozy lighting, which offers the perfect relaxing, party starter atmosphere. But prepare for the arrival: it’s only available on spiral stairs.

Heliport Panorama Terrace

The Panorama Terrace is a real multi-function space: works as a lookout terrace during the day, and in the evening it’s a stylish restaurant with fine wines and great food. From here we can admire real curiosities like the Hungarian State Treasury’s Zsolnay roof tiles at the neighborhood. Other times the terrace serves for venue for events, but the real highlight is that the flat roof also acts as a helicopter landing pad.

360 Bar

360 Bar is the city's highest rooftop terrace. The panorama is huge: almost all the famous places can be seen: the Citadel, the Fishermen's Bastion and so on. It’s a small, green oasis: ornamental plants are planted along the edge and grow on the tables. In addition to the bar, 360 organizes cultural programs as well in this homely environment. Oh and I almost forgot: they have their own apple tree.

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