The mile-long Király Street is flourishing and buzzing with activity. Based on atmosphere and traffic, it is divided into two parts. The part between Lövölde tér and Nagymező Street is known for its trolley bus traffic and is busy with cars, while the stretch between Nagymező Street to Deák Square is where the heart of the city beats. This street is of historical significance and is perpendicular to Kazinczy Street. It's also one of the entrances to the passage known as Gozsdu Udvar, which feels like an entirely separate hub of the city. In addition to the shops, hostels, restaurants, bars, bistros, and teahouses, the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music also help to shape the street's cultural character. In the winter months, Király Street is defined by the Christmas lights and the smell of roasted chestnuts. From spring, it's the territory of tourists and locals in search of fun spots for a day or night out.