Ráday Street is a semi pedestrian street in Hungary and is also called as “Kultutca”, as from spring to autumn the place hosts a lot of festivals, exhibitions and fairs. Also known as the Café Street, it has more than 30 bars, pubs, restaurants and clubs. One can find Ráday Street in the ninth district of the city of Budapest and is a popular and the most visited places of the capital. There is a wealth of leisure activities along with cultural activities carried out here. Few of the interesting sights worth visiting here are the Saint Ferenic Catholic Church, the Bakats Square, the Kalvin Square and many such sights.