Fecske Presszó is a cheap, laid-back bar just a stone's throw away from the stunningly beautiful Szabó Ervin Library within Budapest's Palace Quarter. Students of all ages like to take study breaks at Fecske of varying lengths and with varying amounts of beer. Weather permitting, go for an open table by the expansive outdoor terrace, canopied by the overhanging tree (otherwise find a charming nook in the underground space). Go for the fixed-price lunch menu if you happen to be around Fecske at midday and want to chow down some cheap comfort food. Be sure to also stop by at the library next door and check out the 4th floor in particular, whose interior still bears the grand marks of its aristocratic past.