I never had a car like this but I really like these old Volkswagens. I guess this is the only car (at least in Europe) which remain popular in his original shape even after decades. You can find planty of them in Budapest.
This is the facade of Kogart in Budapest, a villa with interior spaces by Ignác Alpar and architect István Pucher. The building was built by Ferenc József Landauer burgess of Pest as a summer residence at the end of the 1800s. Nowadays it aims to encourage broader participation in social causes by the private sector and to establish a new model for art patronage, especially for fine arts and promoting talented young artists.
KOGART Restaurant • Café is at 112. Andrássy út, Budapest 1062, Hungary
• By foot: 5 minutes from Hősök tere (Heroes Square), 15 minutes from Oktogon
• By the Millenium underground (yellow line): get off at ’Bajza utca’ station and walk towards Hősök tere (Heroes Square) on the left side of the avenue until the corner of Andrássy út – Munkácsy utca
• By car: you may come from the direction of Podmaniczky utca – Munkácsy utca or from Hősök tere (Heroes Square) on the service road of the Andrássy út. www.kogart.hu/