The 20th district is also known as Pesterzsébet, “Pest Elizabeth Village” in English, and is in the southeast of the city. This area is solely residential with quiet roads. The new shopping and leisure centre KÖKI Terminal is just 15 minutes away from King’s Pass. Budapest airport can be reached in just 30 minutes thanks to the convenient location.
King’s Pass is set up like its own small town. Walking through the main gate, you are greeted by a welcoming landscaped area with small ponds, stoops and seating. King’s Pass is divided into four sections, which are designed in lively, strongly contrasting architectural styles.