In the heart of Budapest's iconic Andrássy
Come and explore the mesmerizing world of Budapest's Neorenaissance marvel near Oktogon, where Count Géza Batthyány's dreams took shape.
This palace is more than just a building; it's a testament to passion and creativity.
Designed by the architect Alajos Hauszmann, replicating the iconic Strozzi Palace of Florence. Every detail of this palace echoes the charm and opulence of the Italian Renaissance.
The Palace shines as a symbol of cultural richness and architectural grandeur.
This historic venue sets the stage for our upcoming "Kirakatváros" Exhibition, where the fusion of art and history invites visitors on a one-of-a-kind exploration of Budapest's dynamic past and present.
TERÉZ KÖRÚT 13.
The Teréz körút, also known as Teréz Boulevard or Teréz Ring Road, holds a unique charm with its various names reflecting different aspects of its history and character. Named after Empress Maria Theresa, the boulevard is part of the GRAND BOULEVARD.
Oktogon located at the intersection of Budapest's bustling Andrassy Avenue and the vibrant Nagykörút (Grand Boulevard), serves as a lively focal point of the city
This bustling square, with its octagonal shape and bustling traffic, is not just a transportation hub but a vibrant meeting place where locals and visitors alike converge to soak in the energy of the city.
Metro: If you prefer the metro, you can take Metro Line 1 (yellow line) to Oktogon station. Upon exiting the station, you'll find yourself in the vicinity of Oktogon Square.
Tram: Trams also serve Oktogon Square. Depending on your location in the city, you can take Tram Line 4 or 6, both of which stop at Oktogon.
Bus: Several bus lines stop at Oktogon as well. Check the bus routes and schedules to see if there's a convenient option for you.