Vörösmarty tér

The clickable images and pictures within this page present data about Vörösmarty tér. Vörösmarty tér or Vörösmarty square is a public square in the Budapest city centre at the northern end of Váci utca.

At the centre of the square facing west is a statue of poet Mihály Vörösmarty. Behind the monument is a fenced park and a fountain flanked by stone lions. At the north end of the square is the Café Gerbeaud and stairs to the southern terminus of the Budapest Metro's venerable yellow line (M1). The square is also a business area, including offices for Ibusz and Aeroflot. The British Embassy is located at the square.

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Vörösmarty tér (Budapest Metro) (0.03 km)

Vörösmarty tér is the southern terminus of the yellow M1 (Millennium Underground) line of the Budapest Metro under Vörösmarty Square.

Café Gerbeaud (0.05 km)

Café Gerbeaud, situated at Vörösmarty tér 7 in Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is one of the greatest and most traditional coffeehouses in Europe. Today still, it shines in Gründerzeit style with its stucco, the grand chandeliers, the panelling made of exotic woods and its furniture. In 2009 Café Gerbeaud opened its second confectionery in Tokyo, Japan. History The company was started in 1858 by Henrik Kugler, the third child of a confectionery dynasty. He acquired his knowledge and experience mostly during his journeymanship in eleven European capitals including Paris.

Vigadó Concert Hall (0.12 km)

Vigadó (usually translated as "Place for Merriment") is Budapest's second largest concert hall, located on the Eastern bank of the Danube in Budapest, Hungary. Although the acoustics are lacking, the building itself, designed by Frigyes Feszl in 1859, makes a bold impression along the Pest embankment. Built to replace another concert hall on the same site (which was destroyed by fire in the 1848 War of Independence) Feszl's Vigadó was also badly damaged, this time during World War II.

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus, Budapest (0.13 km)

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus, member of Kempinski group is a five star hotel in Hungary, Budapest. Kempinski Hotel Corvinus is located in the city centre, on Erzsébet Square, next to Danube, Dohány Street Synagogue, St. Stephen's Basilica Andrássy Avenue, Hungarian State Opera, Budapest British Embassy. The C-shape building was designed by Hungarian architect József Finta and as hotel opened in 1992 with 335 rooms, 31 suites, restaurants, bar, Spa and meeting facilities.

Danube Promenade (0.19 km)

The Danube Promenade is located on the Pest side of Budapest, Hungary. On the bank of the Danube, this promenade extends from the Széchenyi Chain Bridge to the Erzsébet Bridge. History A row of hotels on the bank of the Danube began to be built in 1867: these were the Hungaria (1867 A. Skalinczky), Bristol, Carlton, and Ritz (Danube Palace). In 1945 at the end of World War II, only the Bristol (Danube Hotel) survived the destruction of the row of hotels on the bank of the Danube. In 1969 the final form of the Bristol Hotel was demolished.

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