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Concerts During Budapest Spring Festival 2019

Porgy and Bess in Erkel Opera Theatre in Budapest

The 39th Budapest Spring Festival awaits visitors in 2019 too, with concerts of all kinds (classical music, opera, world music, jazz etc. ) contemporary circus, visual arts and theatre performances. When: 5 -22 April, 2019 Where: in around 40 venues, including concert halls, churches, and various public places, such as squares, parks streets The Budapest Spring Festival has developed into …

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Budapest Concerts in the Royal Palace of Budapest

Buda Castle by Night photo by José Manuel García

Budapest Concerts in the Royal Palace of Budapest is a very good way to impress your friends/guests with your good taste in music! Overlooking the magnificent Danube river, the Royal Palace in the Buda Castle district is one of Budapest’s most photographed landmarks. While being the home of the Hungarian National Gallery, the Budapest History Museum and the National Library, …

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Erkel Opera Theatre

Erkel Opera Theatre Budapest by Wei-Te Wong

The Erkel Opera Theater is one of the most popular concert venues in Budapest. Opened in 1911, Erkel Opera Theatre has been the Hungarian State Opera’s second performance venue since 1951. Originally named Népopera (People’s Opera), the theatre was planned, and funded by the Budapest city council. The main concept was bringing opera to the masses. The theatre was completed …

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Music & Architecture Tour in Budapest

Vigado Concert Hall

Discover and enjoy the downtown of Budapest, followed by a visit to the Pesti Vigado Concert Hall. The tour ends in the beautiful Castle Gardens. Meeting point: City Center Budapest, District V. Dates: 18, 20, 22, 25-27 February; 5, 11, 12, 16, 17, 20, 27 March; 1, 8, 23 April; 2, 4, 19, 26, 27 May; 6, 7, 16, 30 …

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Downtown St Anne’s Church

Downtown St. Anne Church, Budapest

St Anne’s Church in Budapest is considered to be one of the most beautiful Baroque buildings in Hungary. After the Ottoman era, the Servite order were given permission to built a church together with a Monastery in 1686. Hence this church was and still is called Servita Church. Built in 1732, this Roman Catholic Church is located in the upper …

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Budapest Congress Center

Budapest Congress Centre

Budapest Congress Centre is the largest and most modern congress and meeting facility in Hungary with 20 multifunctional rooms, and a maximum of 4000m2 exhibition space able to meet all kinds of needs and special requirements. The huge and yet elegant Budapest Congress Centre can be viewed from most points of the capital city and placed in the wonderful Buda …

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St Stephen’s Basilica Budapest

Inside pf St Stephen's Basilica by M Petravsko

The stunning St Stephen’s Basilica Budapest is undeniably one of the most impressive of Budapest’s World Heritage sights and is another stunning example of the beautiful architecture and history of Hungary’s capital. St. Stephen’s Basilica is the largest church in Budapest and can hold up to 8,500 people. It took to build the Basilica 54 years and three architects (Jozsef Hild, …

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Danube Palace Budapest

Danube Palace Budapest

The charming Danube Palace Budapest is a definite highlight of any trips to the Hungarian capital, where you can also enjoy a unique folk concert. It is located in the beautiful downtown area on the Pest side of Budapest, only minutes from River Danube, with a lot of bars, restaurants and is a great place for people-watching. The Danube Palace …

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Palace of Arts Budapest

Palace of Arts Budapest

The Palace of Arts Budapest is the leading concert hall of the Hungarian capital city and it is an architecturally beautiful building on the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Danube waterfront in Budapest. With its attractive and contemporary design both in- and outside and offering one of the very best places globally for a high variety of concerts and other cultural events …

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