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All the World's a stage. Whether you want to see something light, something musical or something more serious, you’ll definitely find what you are looking for. Theatre buildings in Budapest are symbols of the immortality of art and music. The walls of some of these buildings could tell you many a tale about times of sadness and happiness.

The National Theatre, located on the bank of the Danube, is an exceptional sight in a beautiful environment. Standing right next to it is MüPa, where classical and popular music, jazz, world music, dance, new circus and fine arts take centre stage.


The Renaissance Revival-style building of the Hungarian State Opera often hosts concerts by national and international stars of the opera world.


The National Dance Theatre in Millenáris Park offers visitors a truly unique experience.

MÜPA The Palace of the Arts

MÜPA, the Palace of the Arts in Budapest, is one of the most modern Hungarian cultural institutions, special because it is a venue that is equally suited to several branches of art at the same time.

Hungarian State Opera

During your visit to Budapest, the list of cultural programmes to take in really must include a visit to the Hungarian State Opera: besides being a venue for beautiful music, the Opera House of the Hungarian capital is also a sight to behold.


Fertőrákos Stone Quarry and Cave Theatre

Learn about the stone quarry’s millions of years of history as part of a special tour in the company of prehistoric whales and dolphins. This exotic adventure starts on the surface, and ends with an extraordinary walk into the depths of the cave.

A citadel of Hungarian concert life and musical higher education: the Liszt Academy

Visit one of the premier venues of Hungarian concert life, the Liszt Academy (formerly the Academy of Music), itself also an imposing institution of Hungarian musical higher education. Did you know that it is the only facility named after Franz Liszt that the world-famous composer actually helped establish? 

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