On March 10-11, 2023, students from Hungarian literature classes visited the Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism. It also has a literary aspect: Gyula Krúdy, one of the greatest Hungarian writers, lived here in his last years and died here in 1933. Since Krúdy wrote a lot about gastronomy, the material of the permanent exhibitions showing old shops, coffee houses, hotels, and restaurants fits well here.
The museum always has a temporary exhibition. Now a poster and a Japanese sushi exhibition were novelty. The surroundings of the museum, the main square of Óbuda, is also a great experience for the visitor with his church, plaques (Bonfini, former university of Óbuda), restaurants, statues, newer museums, an old castle, and cozy buildings.