The Kossuth Lajos tér lies in Lipótváros the northern part of the 5th District near the bank of the Danube. Being the site of the Parliament, the square is the symbolic centre of the Hungarian State, and therefore a frequent location for state celebrations and other public and political events. Thanks to its renovation in 2014, Kossuth Square has became one of Budapest’s most spectacular parks. Now you can stroll on both sides of the Parliament and approach the building to admire Imre Steindl‘s work up close.
- Free events honor Hungary’s 1848 Revolution on March 15th, 2017
- Faces Behind the Places in Budapest: Ferenc II Rákóczi
- Observe Hungary’s 1848 Revolution with free events on March 15th
- Rising Districts: Falk Miksa Street and the surrounding area
- Faces Behind the Places in Budapest: Lajos Kossuth
- Free Wi-Fi adds 21st-century flair to the Parliament House
- Budapest park muster – Mega compilation + map
- Kossuth Square’s new look
- Budapestian statues that speak
- Budapest100 series: The Palace of Justice will also be open!