Budapest, Kálvin tér 3, 1053 Hungary
Design TerminalThe Budapest Design Terminal, a Bauhaus-style building dating to 1948 on the Buda side of the Danube, was once a derelict bus terminal. These days the space, renovated in the early 2010s, is a hot spot for cow-orking, "incubation," networking, shops, galleries, and even a monthly public market for arts and crafts called WAMP. This is the place to find unique Hungarian-made jewelry, fashion, design objects, furniture, and more, smack in the middle of the Hungarian capital's nascent fashion district near Elizabeth Square. From here, it's easy to stroll and find new Hungarian-made togs you won't find elsewhere.