Kossuth TerCurrently Open
- Address: Budapest, Kossuth Lajos tér, 1055, Hungary
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Landmark, Square, Family And Kids, Neighborhoods
Kossuth Ter - Review
Kossuth Lajos Square houses some of the most important attractions and buildings of Budapest. Apart from Hungarian Parliament Building and Museum of Ethnography increasing the historical value of this place, Kossuth Lajos Square even as a neighborhood holds a very prominent place in Budapest’s history. Initially known as Országház tér (named after the parliament building from the year 1898-1927), then TömÃÃ…‘ tér or Stadt Schopper Platz (1853-1898) give an insight on the history of this square. For example its first name was because of the parliament building but the second name emans Landfill square and it was the name because it had a lot of rubbish filled in front of this square during that time. You can take a walk through this square to complete absorb the Old Budapest experience.
Kossuth Ter Ticket Prices
- Free entry
Kossuth Ter Hours
- You can visit the square any time of the day.
How To reach Kossuth Ter by Public Transport
- Nearby tram station :Kossuth Lajos ter
- Nearby subway station: Kossuth Lajos ter
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Things to Know Before Visiting Kossuth Ter
6.83% of people who visit Budapest include Kossuth Ter in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
69.4% of people start their Kossuth Ter visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Kossuth Ter
92.97% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kossuth Ter
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Kossuth Ter, Budapest Reviews
This building is amazing. Words cannot even explain it. You just have to be there and especially at night. It is breathtaking . Budapest is indeed beautiful
Beautiful building on the banks of the river, with a visitors centre documenting the history of changes to the building and the area, close to other areas of interest to include on a walk around the city. The building is amazing if you have any interest in architecture the attention to detail is impressive. The visitors centre gets quite busy and numbers of people are limited but definitely worth the wait.
One of the most beautiful squares with the Hungarian Parliament in the centre. You can admire the building from the outside even if you don’t want to go in.
Hungary's beautiful parliament, and the square behind it just wonderful. The wiev towards the Danube is enthralling.
Home to the parliament. The view during the evenings is incredible with all the birds flying in the lights.