This part of the prominent District V is dominated by its sense of style, with the city's best fashion boutiques and designer stores in this area. Belvaros' architecture is mostly neo-classical and the area provides beautiful views of the Danube from its many cafés and high-end restaurants. The area does contain most of the remaining attractions and cultural institutions of the city but generally becomes quiet during the evenings. Nonetheless, the area is very well connected via public transport to the rest of the city and a short walk from the Palace District. Expect this area to be heavily touristic and expensive.