Central Passage, bordered by the newly renovated section of Király Street and Paulay Ede Street, is located in one of the most prestigious residential areas of the city and the very heart of Budapest.
The building is located next to Deák Square, the main traffic junction of the capital and the only intersection of Budapest’s three metro lines.
Several of the most beautiful and important streets of Budapest start from Deák Square, such as
Andrássy Avenue the most prestigious avenue in the country;
Deák Ferenc Street a high-end retail and fashion street directly linked to Budapest's main walking street, Váci Street;
as well as the small ring road which constitutes the borderline of the historic city centre.
The area is part of the so called “Golden Triangle” which earned its name after the theaters that operate in the area. Many of the city’s most famous buildings are located within walking distance including: the Opera House, the Music Academy, Liszt Ferenc Square with its upscale café’s and restaurants, the St. Stephen Basilica and the palaces of the World Heritage Andrássy Avenue.