Müpa Budapest (between 2005 and 2015 Palace of Arts – Művészetek Palotája in Hungarian) is a building in Ferencváros, Budapest, Hungary, officially opened in March 2005. It is located near Rákóczi Bridge and was designed by Zoboky, Demeter and Partners Architectural Office. The National Theatre, which opened in 2002, is located next to it.
Both Müpa Budapest and the National Theatre are part of the new Millennium City Center being created in Budapest.
Natalie N. | Mar 31, 2018
Imposing building, modern and compfortable. I like the idea to have concert hall, souvenir and book shop and modern art museum in one building. Very easy to get here by tram number 4. One minus - paid wardrobe. 180 forints per person. Good that toilets are free.
Csaba Ozsvath | Feb 9, 2018
It's one of the best if not the best place for concerts in Budapest. From outside the builing is not a very nice one however from inside it is absolutely amazing with some stunning concert halls. Definitely a must.
Steven Allen | Feb 17, 2018
Müpa, the national concert hall, is in a modern yet impressive building nestled on the river to the south of the city. With an all-year-round programme of orchestral music, visiting and homegrown talent, this is one of Budapest's must-visits.
Orosz Csaba | Mar 11, 2018
Very good, very nice, famous Concert Hall. MÜPA - Művészetek Palotája Palace of Arts. At the Danube by Southern Railway Bridge. North-East side.
Zsolt B | Feb 5, 2018
Nice place at a nice price. I'd like to thank all Hungarian taxpayers for sponsoring my evening here! TY
Hang Do Minh | May 16, 2018
A great place for culture lovers. It hosts a wide range of events such as concerts and theatre performances and it also has a museum with very interesting exhibitions. I especially love the Bartók Béla concert hall, it is a really nice venue for concerts.
Enrica Chicca Benedetto | May 27, 2018
Amazing place. Llena and Judit are friendly and welcoming.
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