History of grand cafés
In the early 1900s of Budapest, iconic grand cafés hosted many of the most well-known writers, poets, and actors. Where they set foot, beautiful women showed up, followed in turn by wealthy men. That's how the 20th century Grand Cafés became meeting points one couldn't miss, where people exchanged information, lived their social lives, and read their newspapers. Grand cafés soon became a space of arts, where modern democracy was cultivated.