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Palace of Arts (Muveszetek Palotaja)

Komor Marcell utca 1., Budapest 1095, Hungary
+36 1 555 3300
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Komor Marcell utca 1., Budapest 1095, Hungary
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Reviewed yesterday

I went to a classical recital and two Wagner operas - all breathtakingly stunning. The musicianship is superb, the professionalism sublime and the whole experience upliftihg. There were 2-3 longish intervals (the productions were c 5-6 hours in lengnth) and you can sit outside on...More

Thank Michael H
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Reviewed May 4, 2018

Visited for concert of Bruckner with Budapest Festival Orchestra. Beautiful modern hall with great acoustics. A bit out from the town centre, but an easy 15 minutes ride on the number 2 tram.

Thank pra51
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Reviewed July 23, 2017 via mobile

I prefer this concert hall to the academy of music in Budapest. I think I listened more than 200 concerts by now. Also there is a museum of contemporary arts and a smaller theater inside. The staff is friendly and helpful. You don't have to...More

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Reviewed July 7, 2017

When in Budapest,checkout this place for classical concerts! I love the acoustics of the concert hall, which hosts classical concerts, while there's a slightly smaller hall for dance acts as well. Don't forget to check out the terrace with for great views!

Thank Magdolna V
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Reviewed June 20, 2017

A semi staged performance over four nights with the wonderful conductor Adam Fischer. A light spacious building but the hall too large for comfort with not particularly good acoustics. Uncomfortable seats. Performed over four days which is most unusual.

1  Thank 28hannah2017
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Reviewed May 20, 2017

The whole experience was a joy. The concert hall and acoustics were excellent - with the layout of the foyer and entrances all leading to an easy and relaxed evening. Must also mention the small in house restaurant which was simply excellent as well -...More

Thank TonyD33
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Reviewed April 9, 2017

Budapest can be proud of this outstanding highest level concert hall. Both the external architecture as well as the generous and stylish inner part: foyers and hall are on a par with that of any grand european capital or great US city. We listened to...More

Thank Zurich71
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Reviewed March 17, 2017

You can visit the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, or you can join a phenomenal concert at the Concert Hall. The building is amazing from the inside and outside also. Really like this place.

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Reviewed February 13, 2017

The acoustics of the main hall is just fantastic. Every single tiny note of the massive organ could be felt just as it plays around you, should it be loud or quietly played. Absolutely recommended for organ enthusiasts!

Thank Szacsuri
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Reviewed January 29, 2017

Fab concert hall and very convenient as you can drive down to a garage and no need to wait for trams in the freezing fog. It was -7.5 last nigth and we were pleased that we did not have to go out in it. From...More

Thank EvaM221150
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Fstein
February 3, 2015|
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Response from Sorrell K | Reviewed this property |
The Palace of Arts is over looking the Danube on it's south east side. The number 2 tram to the Közvágóhíd H stop. The Palace of Arts is a very short 3 minute walk from that stop. You can see the building and with the sign... More
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Ed W
January 14, 2015|
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Response from arnjet | Reviewed this property |
It depends what you are visiting. For a good concert best to book ahead if you want good tickets. For the museum it isn't necessary
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