Nagykata: Walking or running down the main street
Energy to burn and feeling restless?
Then run or walk up and down the main
street half a dozen times. There are 4
ice cream/ coffee shops on the way,
so good to stop along the way
I prefer the comfort of
- Budget Travel
- Family Travel
The empty streets of Nagykata: Burning up Nagykata in a Trabant
For those who are under 25 and own
a motor, they will speed down the main street
burning rubber like in American Graffiti, but
a 1000 times less glamourous than the movie.
I have a push bike and I find it the most fitting
form of transport, I have a baby seat on the back
so my daughter can travel with me.
The local Pizzeria/Gyros(kebab) place
might attract up to 15 people on a busy
weekend warm night.
Dress Code: come as you are....
- School Holidays
- Road Trip
Nagykata Videoteka: What can you do in a Hungarian small village?
People start to wake up round 3am
and those who work in Budapest might
take the first train at 3.30 am into town.
The last train leaves Nagykata at 21.53 to
Budapest, then your stuck. There are quite
a few bars, but the KOCSMA'S which are
bars or watering holes for the working class,
they go to get drunk or comfortably numb,
socialising is a byproduct!
There is a video shop open
24hrs a day, with DVD'S.
They have a special offer of DVD'S at 300 HUF
for 24hrs when u rent 3 dvd's.
Located on the main street close to the church
and MOL petrol station.
I prefer watching a good movie at home
and having a cold beer in the garden at sunset
when the weather is good.
Wellies needed when it rains all day.
Not all streets and roads have tarmac!
- Family Travel
- Arts and Culture
various spots: Nightime in Nagykata
There is a Gyros and Pizza small resteraunt opposite the new market opposite Europa Ter. Take away and sit down. Good coffee.
Game Over or Dreher Bar located next to Penny Market and MOL petrol station. Music and local hangout. Video and DVD rental open 24hrs(end of main street close to church) also TOTAL petrol station open 24hrs (located along road next to railway line direction Szolnok).There is a disco at weekends with free buses leaving around 9.15 pm to DREAM CLUB.Cub is in Tapio Biske village in old barracks. Open all night
Dress Code: just casual and smart. Come as u r but leave your muddy wellington boots at home.