The John Calvin statue (Kálvin János Szobor in Hungarian) is located at Kálvin square. He was a Swiss reformer and a Christian scholar of Calvinism and the square itself got its name after him, due to the gleaming Reformed Church located there. Behind you is the tram station, a busy part of town where office workers and students commute from. It is a major transport hub and provides links all over the city and always has been a bustling part of Pest. Take a moment and enjoy the vibes of this area, as one of the busiest intersections in the city you will see people from all walks of life passing by. Grab a drink or a Langos from the cafe close and as you indulge in some flavours from the past notice the contrast the buildings gives. It is a fusion of new and old becoming one.