We need to go by tram 3 and it takes a long time to get to this hidden part of the city. After spending minutes watching blocks of flats and we start getting bored, we finally arrive to the elaborated ‘mini-town’ of the 19th district (Wekerle district). The Hungarian master of secession buildings, Károly Kós, who also planned Budapest Zoo, designed this part of Kispest. The site consists of small streets crossing each other perpendicularly with a central square with diagonal streets. It is a really fresh example of suburban architecture, unfortunately there are not too many other places like this in Budapest. If you are open for leaving the downtown area, do have a walk here. We suggest visiting this part in fall when trees put on a beautifully colored coat above the streets.