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Art Nouveau Budapest

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Budapest, Hungary

  • Activities

    Art Tour, Private Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $250 USD per trip
  • Duration

    5 hours

  • Avg Distance

    about 10 km

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    As arranged

  • Starting Location

    Your accomodation in Budapest

  • Price Includes

    Private local guide, touring vehicle, hotel pick up/drop off

  • Notes

    Max. number of participants: 5

Highlights

  • The Budapest Museum of Applied Arts is maybe the most renowned work of Odon Lechner. The shiny, vivid majolica decorations make it unique inside and outside!
  • Bedo House Budapest hosts the Museum of Hungarian Secession, with an excellent exhibition of the era's architecture and interior design.
  • Four Seasons Gresham Palace, Budapest, with its famous "peacock gates" and Tiffany style interior is a real gem.
  • Mai Mano House, Budapest, once the home and studio of the royal photographist, now houses a museum of photography. It is a real must see in Budapest!
  • Postal Savings Bank of Budapest, with its ornamental and moorish like majolicas, bee decorations and rooftiles, is another masterpiece of Odon Lechner.

Guide

Trip Info

Budapest arguably boasts the highest number of Secession style buildings in Europe. Learn all about Art Nouveau in Hungary and its representatives, like the “Hungarian Gaudí” – Odon Lechner!

During this tour, your private, local guide will show you the most beautiful examples of Hungarian Secession – such as the Museum of Applied Arts, the Institute of Geology, the Hungarian Royal Postal Savings Bank, the Thonet House, the Torok Bankhouse, the Gresham Palace, the Hotel Gellért, the Elephanthouse of the Zoo and many more. We will finish the tour at the Museum of the Hungarian Secession with an excellent exhibition about the architecture, interior design and lifestyle of the era.

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