Kossuth tér station is a major metro station located in Budapest, Hungary. It is situated on the M2 line (Red line) and serves as an important transportation hub in the city.
Kossuth tér station is named after Lajos Kossuth, a Hungarian statesman and key figure in the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. The station is located in the heart of Budapest, near the Hungarian Parliament Building, which is one of the most iconic landmarks in the city.
The station itself features a modern design and provides easy access to various attractions and important sites in Budapest. In addition to the Hungarian Parliament Building, Kossuth tér station is within walking distance of other notable landmarks such as the Shoes on the Danube Bank memorial, St. Stephen's Basilica, and the Chain Bridge.
As a major transportation hub, Kossuth tér station offers convenient connections to other metro lines, tram lines, and bus routes, allowing commuters and visitors to easily navigate the city. It is a bustling and vibrant area, with shops, restaurants, and cultural institutions in the vicinity.