This beautiful theatre with National Romantic–style mosaics on the front facade features both contemporary plays and Hungarian and foreign drama.
What was once the synagogue for Esztergom’s Jewish community (the oldest synagogue in Hungary, built in the Moorish Romantic style by Lipót Baumhorn in 1888) now contains the town's theatre and cultural centre. Ask …
This beautifully renovated venue facing Széchenyi tér contains a theatre, concert hall, Tourinform office, casino and restaurant, and hosts some of the most important musical and cultural events in Sopron.
Boasting a large selection of wines and pálinkas, this local hang-out, just down from the basilica, stages DJs and live bands on Friday and Saturday nights.
This centre stages theatrical performances, concerts and folk-dance gatherings, and can also tell you what’s on elsewhere in Szentendre.