Budapest Panorama


Papp László Budapest Sport Arena


Internationally renowned Italian film composer Ennio Morricone will embark on large-scale World tour, with a completely new programme to mark his 60-year Anniversary as a professional composer and conductor.


Óbuda Shipyard Island (Hajógyári-sziget)

Sziget Festival 2015

Sziget is now Hungary’s number one tourist attraction with 90% of passes being sold abroad, meaning that it attracts roughly three times more tourists than Formula 1.


Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art

Absolute Beauty – Neoacademism in Saint Petersburg

Neoacademism in Saint Petersburg took flight in the beginning of the 1990’s under the intellectual guidance of Timur Novikov, the non-conformist Russian philosopher, artist and theoretician.


Hungarian National Gallery

Masterpieces from the Museum of Fine Arts

An exhibition opening soon at the Hungarian National Gallery will proudly display a rich selection of some of the chief works held by the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest, which is closed for reconstruction, scheduled to last three years.


Trafó - House of Contemporary Arts

Hodworks: Dawn

In Hodworks production, the naked human body takes centerpiece. It opens up in front of us like a landscape, dressed in the veins of the muscles, the wrinkles of the skin and its flushed texture.

For age: 16+


Budapest Operetta Theatre

Emmerich Kálmán: The Gypsy Princess

They say no minute goes by in the world without a melody of Emmerich Kálmán's, born 125 years ago, being heard either on stage, on television, on the radio, at a concert or gala. And most often, no doubt, it is the melodies of the Gypsy Princess one hears, the one with which
the composer won the first place among leading composers of the era.


Mai Manó Gallery (Hungarian House of Photographers)

Rarely Seen Photos 3 – André Kertész and Szigetbecse

“Here I am, at the dearest site of my childhood memories and, with a heavy heart, I remember those beautiful memories that bind me here. André Kertész, Sziget Becse, March 13, 1984.”