Hungary and the Hungarian capital are wonderful even in the winter. It is worth visiting and taking a walk despite the cold. Mulled wine consumed at a Christmas market during a walk in the Christmas period easily warmed us up. However, what do we do after Christmas if we want a break while exploring the city? We will show you some super tea houses.
In the Vörös Oroszlán (Red Lion) located at Jókai Square in the 6th district, you can taste special teas. The goal of the tea house is to find a way to ourselves and each other. In the Red Lion, the fabulous design and concealed parts create perfect comfort. In one of the oldest tea houses in Budapest, you can also taste herbal teas, lapaho, and mate teas.
The Sirius Club opened in June 2002.
“The main considerations are variety, versatility, cosiness, and comfort.”
You can taste almost 80 types of teas or special coffees. You can either sit on a chair or cushion or lie down in the gallery. Thanks to the children’s castle and bookshelf, you can not only warm up but also recharge mentally.
According to many, Váci Street is one of the busiest parts of Budapest. However, the 1000TEA refutes this as you will find yourself in a new world by entering here. It is not only a tea house but also a shop where you can ask questions and get answers. You can get everything from classic teas through supplements to special flavours. You can also sample Chinese, Indian, Ceylon, and Japanese teas. You can choose a beanbag chair or you can even sit on the terrace in good weather.
Let’s move a little to Buda and the Flying Bird Tea House.
The Flying Bird is a shop, webshop, tea house, and educational venue at the same time.
There are many blog posts on the website, so you can not only drink teas but also learn about them. Tea-making and tasting is a ritual here. For this reason, they prefer to use the term Tea Club or Tea Room. After all, drinking tea is a community experience. You can also buy wonderful ceramics and authentic accessories.
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