Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art
Housed in the architecturally controversial Palace of Arts opposite the National Theatre, the Ludwig Museum holds Hungary’s most...
Hard by the Danube in southwestern Ferencváros, the National Theatre opened in 2002 to much controversy. The design, by architect Mária...
Zwack Unicum Heritage Visitors' Centre
Unicum, the thick medicinal-tasting aperitif made from 40 herbs and spices, is one of Hungary's favourite drinks and bitter as a loser’s...
Palace of Arts
The main concert halls at this palatial arts centre by the Danube and just opposite the National Theatre are the 1700-seat Béla Bartók...
This modern version of the traditional Hungarian tejivó (milkbar) is sponsored by the country's No 1 producer of dairy products so it's...
XI Neumann János utca 2 · interesting places nearby
Zöld Pardon information
What bills itself as the ‘world’s longest summer festival’ is a rocker’s paradise in south Buda just west of Rákóczi Bridge. The place counts nine bars as well as a pálinkaház serving Hungarian fruit-flavoured brandies.