Hungarian National Gallery
The former Royal Palace has been razed and rebuilt at least half a dozen times over the past seven centuries. Béla IV established a...
Stroll across Chain Bridge and board the Sikló , a funicular railway built in 1870 that ascends from Clark Ádám tér to Szent György tér...
National Dance Theatre
The National Dance Theatre on Castle Hill hosts at some point every troupe in the city, including the national ballet company and the...
Where the beautiful set eat and sup, Zóna is as much an architectural triumph as a foodie magnet. We love the idea of wild carp in a red...
I Szent György tér 2, Buildings A-D · interesting places nearby
Hungarian National Gallery information
The Hungarian National Gallery is an overwhelming collection spread across four floors that traces Hungarian art from the 11th century to the present. The largest collections include medieval and Renaissance stonework, Gothic wooden sculptures and panel paintings, late Gothic winged altars, and late Renaissance and baroque art.