The second largest opera house in Hungary. It opened its gates to visitors in 1884 and remained mostly unchanged.
This museum may not be the right place to visit for the faint of heart.
The Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music is a music university and a concert hall in Budapest, Hungary, founded on November 14, 1875.
Explore miniatures of many landmarks from Hungary, Austria and Germany.
This museum's one goal is to showcase the beauty of Asian art and culture to the European audience.
Named after one of the most famous Hungarian composers, this tree-lined square is surrounded by cafés and restaurants, promising to satisfy…
The WestEnd City Center is a shopping centre built by Hungarian TriGránit Ltd. located next to the Western Railway Station, in Budapest,…
This museum is named after an official royal photographer - Mai Manó, who used to live here.
Epreskert Art Colony was an artists' colony in Budapest in the last decades of the 19th and the first half of the 20th century.
This museum and art gallery in one houses the greatest surviving collection of the world-famous Hungarian photographer Robert Capa.
Learn about the life and work of the famous music composer Ferenc Liszt! This museum displays his belongings, musical instruments and more.
The Hungarian University of Fine Arts is the central Hungarian art school in Budapest, Andrássy Avenue.