Batthyány tér (Batthyány Square) is a central metro station in Budapest, Hungary. It is located on the M2 line (Red line) and serves as an important transportation hub in the city.
Batthyány tér station is situated in the historic district of Buda, close to the Danube River and near the famous landmark, Budapest Castle. The station itself was opened in 1972 and was named after Lajos Batthyány, a Hungarian politician and statesman.
Batthyány tér station has good connections to other parts of the city. It serves as a major transfer point for trams, buses, and ferries, allowing passengers to easily navigate different areas of Budapest and its surroundings. Its proximity to Budapest Castle makes it popular among tourists who can use the station to reach various attractions such as the Fisherman's Bastion, Matthias Church, and more.
Batthyány tér is a picturesque and historical location, surrounded by beautiful architecture and offering access to Budapest's cultural and historical landmarks.