Excellent location and accessibility
Infinity is located in a populated area between the Pest bank of the Danube and the city’s cultural quarter, just a few blocks away from the Palace of Arts and the National Theatre, ensuring, as far as is possible, a value certain investment. In the continuously developing 9th District of the city, there are many cultural and educational institutions, shops, shopping centres, sports and recreation possibilities. It is an important ambition of the local authorities in the district to recreate and rethink the streets of the district as a traditional living space. The easing of weekday living and a carefree daily routine is enabled by the shops, banks and high-standard amenities in the vicinity and the shopping centres nearby.
In front of the building, there is a stop of the World Heritage protected tram No. 2 line that runs between the Jászai Mari tér and the Közvágóhíd, parallel to the Danube, on the upper quay of Pest. People using river boat transport have a stop on the Danube-side of the building, while fans of active sport can access the nearby Gizella promenade along the Danube, which has a bicycle track as well. The city centre can be easily reached within few minutes by car, public transport or even on foot.
Points of interests nearby
Located on the right bank of the Danube with a height of 235m above sea level its rocky bluff facing the river and the panorama onto Pest from its top offers a unique sight. It is often called the gemstone of Budapest. On the top of the hill sits the Citadella hosting the Liberty Statue which is prominently visible from every part of Budapest. On the side of the Gellért Hill is the Cave Church of the Order of Saint Paul, the First Hermit, the nave of which used to be open air, however, church services are now held inside the cave. In the evening, there is the stunning panorama across the lit up city and the hill is popular for its romantic and intimate feel.
The Bálna (lit. Whale) is a cultural, catering and commercial centre in the 9th District, halfway between the Szabadság Bridge and the Petőfi Bridge, right on the Pest bank of the Danube. The Bálna is an iconic spectacle of Budapest and the Pest bank of the Danube. Inside, there is a unique view to the city from almost every point of the building. It is a cultural, gastronomic and commercial centre hosting various services, entertainment and leisure activities. The Danube-side of the Bálna, boasts a direct riverbank connection - with a terrace – and a plethora of restaurants, bars and cafés.
Bridge of Freedom
Opened in 1896, as the third bridge of Budapest, the ornaments of Freedom bridge are the mystical Hungarian Turul birds perched on the top of the portals of the pillars. The portals, designed by Nagy Virgil, are adorned with the historical coat of arms of Hungary. As part of a new trend, the bridge is closed in the summer months due to an initiative called “Szabihíd”. During this period, the bridge is only open to pedestrians. Programmes such as morning yoga, meditation and Zoomba training are organised, but it is also possible to simply sit down on a blanket and wonder at the beautiful panorama of Budapest from the bridge with a picnic.
Palace of Arts (Művészetek Palotája)
The palace was built in the southern part of the Pest Danube bank, next to the Rákóczi Bridge and the National Theatre. This is the newest multifunctional cultural facility of Budapest and fully meets the demands of the 21st century. It provides a permanent home for performing artists and lovers of three different branches of art: music, visual arts and theatrical arts, at the highest level. Its exhibition rooms, concert halls and theatres work independently of each other and curate their programmes individually.
National Theatre (Nemzeti Színház)
This is the first institution of Budapest established solely as a National Theatre. It opened its gates on 15th March 2002 in the 9th district. In front of the building, there is a trimmed hedge labyrinth and a “ziggurat” hosting seven rooms. The labyrinth and the ziggurat are connected to the open air stage by a promenade. The external appearance of the building evokes the sight of a ship rocking on the Danube. In the garden surrounding the whole facility is a sculpture park where the life-sized bronze sculptures of both current and legendary actors can be seen playing in their iconic roles.
The Kopaszi gát is located at the Southern foot of the Rakoczi Bridge, in the 11th District. It is a levee reaching into the Danube with a length of 900m separating the Lágymányosi Bay from the Danube. The Kopaszi gát was created with the aim of flood protection but has evolved into much more than its original function. There are now several small restaurants and playhouses, sports grounds, a running track and a canoe dock as well. The levee can be visited throughout the year and it is a popular place for meeting and recreation for every age group. It is accessible on foot, by bike, by car or from the Danube by boat.