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Budapest, Ferencvaros intro. Ferencvaros, also known as District IX, is one of Budapest’s 23 desginated areas. Located directly south of the city centre, Budapest Ferencvaros received its name from Hungary’s King Francis I, who ruled the country in 1792. Hotels in Budapest can be located in the attractive ferencvaros neighbourhood, popular with both expats and visitors. The Raday utca semi-pedestrianised street, the Kalvin ter Calvinist Church, the Museum of Applied Arts and the Central Market Hall are just some of the attractions on offer here. The district is split up into various distinct areas, with Belso (Inner) traditionally being the wealthiest. Raday utac, on the other hand, is known locally as "publand", unsurprisingly because of the vast number of watering holes which can be found here. This area is home to a bohemian and youthful atmosphere, with art galleries, sports grounds and cultural centres helping to break up the plethora of bars and clubs. The Central Market Hall on the Danube riverside is extremely popular with tourists shopping for souvenirs.