The Római Part (Roman Riverbank in English) is a legendary spot. It’s a site of pilgrimage for those, who’d spend all their days on the riverbank, eating fried fish or lángos with a good cold pint of beer in the sunshine. It would be difficult to say how many shops and stands line the entire row of eateries, lángos buffets and hamburger joints that compete for the bellies of visitors here. No-one leaves Római hungry – but you might also leave with a few mosquito bites. The Római is also popular with cyclists and runners, and a lot of locals choose to walk their dogs here as well. You shouldn’t miss it, especially in good weather. You can even get here by boat.