Updated: March 25 2023
- Szabó Ervin Library
- CEU Library
- Massolit Books & Cafe
- Madách Imre tér
- Csendes Vintage Bar & Café
- Espresso Embassy
- Fióka Kávézó
- Margitsziget (Margaret Island)
Szabó Ervin Library
Housed in the stunning Wenckheim Palace, the Szabó Ervin Library is Budapest's largest public library. With an extensive collection of books, spacious reading rooms, and a quiet atmosphere, it's the ideal location for focused study sessions.
The Central European University (CEU) Library is open to all students and boasts modern facilities, ample study spaces, and access to a wide range of academic resources. Its central location makes it easily accessible to students from various universities.
Massolit Books & Cafe
A cozy English-language bookstore and Massolit offer a welcoming atmosphere for studying, reading, or working on group projects. Enjoy a cup of coffee and a delicious pastry while you immerse yourself in your studies.
Madách Imre tér
This public square, surrounded by trendy cafés and eateries, is a popular hangout spot for students. Settle in at one of the outdoor tables and enjoy some fresh air while you work on your assignments.
Csendes Vintage Bar & Café
Csendes is a quirky, art-filled café with a laid-back vibe, perfect for a casual study session or group meeting. Their menu offers a variety of drinks and snacks to keep you fueled during your study breaks.
Espresso Embassy is a specialty coffee shop known for its high-quality brews and comfortable atmosphere. With plenty of seating and reliable Wi-Fi, it's an excellent spot for students to spend an afternoon studying or working on projects.
Nestled in the Buda side of the city, Fióka Kávézó is a hidden gem with a relaxed ambiance, perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of the city center. Enjoy their selection of coffee, tea, and pastries while you dive into your coursework.
Margitsziget (Margaret Island)
For those who prefer studying outdoors, Margaret Island is a serene oasis in the heart of Budapest. Find a quiet bench or a shaded spot under a tree and let the natural surroundings inspire your studies.