10 Révay Street is part of the Capital's most prestigious business district, yet it is also located in the midst of Budapest's finest shopping, dining and cultural attraction. The district itself is defined by monumental rows of late 19th century Neo-Renaissance and Neo-Baroque palaces.
The ornate facades and the cosy atmosphere of Révay Street and the Opera House nearby have a distinctly Parisian flavour. Adjacent Andrássy Avenue, which is often referred to as the Hungarian Champs-Elysées, is a major axis of upscale retail, while one of its cross-streets, Nagymező Street represents the historic theatre and operetta district. Nearby Liszt Ferenc Square is a hub of trendy restaurants and cafés. Major tram and metro lines are all within a moment's walk, and the location is easily accessible by car also.
To view the neighbouring streets and nearest traffic junction points, click on the map.

Options for approaching:

Deák tér: M1, M2, M3 metro, 47,  49 tram, 4,9,16 buses
Arany János utca: M3 metro, 72 trolley-bus
Nagymező utca: 70, 78 trolley-buses
Oktogon: 4-6 tram
Bajcsy- Zsilinszky út: M1 metro, 73 trolley-bus

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