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About Petofi Csarnok, Budapest

Petőfi Csarnok ("Petőfi Hall"), often called PeCsa, was a leasuire center and concert hall in Budapest, Hungary. Placed in the Városliget, it is a famous concert spot for pop/rock music, serving as home for cultural programs, exhibitions and fan clubs. The building consisted of a 1020 square metre hall, and an open stage with a guest capacity of 4500 people. After a number of delays the building was finally demolitioned early 2017 as part of the reconstruction of the surrounding park.


Overview of Petofi Csarnok

This article refers Petofi Csarnok in Budapest, Hungary. Petofi Csarnok is not the prime point of interest of Budapest. Although, you can pay a quick visit to it if you are around.

Budapest is brimful with interesting attractions like Fishermans Bastion, St Stephens Basilica, Shoes On The Danube Bank, Budapest Pinball Museum and Buda Castle. You can also check out the whole list of things to do in Budapest.

Most of the Budapest tours skip a visit to this place, but you can create your customized plan if you wish to visit Petofi Csarnok.

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Budapest St Stephen's Basilica Organ Concert with Optional Danube River Dinner Cruise
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Attend an organ concert at St Stephen’s Basilica, famous throughout Hungary for its remarkable musical performances. Inside the beautiful Neoclassical church with excellent acoustics, enjoy an evening of classical music by masters such as Bach and Vivaldi, played by some of Hungary’s most esteemed musicians. Upgrade to include a late-night dinner cruise, and enjoy a buffet meal with Champagne and a drink as you cruise along the Danube River, soaking up UNESCO World Heritage-listed sights such as the Buda Castle Quarter.

Danube Bend Day Trip from Budapest
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Take an excursion into Hungary's history on this popular Danube Bend full day trip. Traveling by air-conditioned coach, you'll visit the gorgeous old towns of Visegrad, Esztergom and Szentendre, enjoy a three-course lunch and take a River Danube cruise - a highlight of any trip to Hungary!

Budapest Late Night Dinner Cruise on the Danube
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Whether you fancy a late dinner or a wonderful spot for after-dinner drinks, take this Danube River cruise for a relaxing night out in Budapest. Sip wine and Champagne, and enjoy an optional Hungarian buffet dinner if you wish. The star of your cruise is your view of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Budapest panorama, which includes the Buda Castle Quarter.

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A good one time investment, the Budapest Card gets you great discounts at over 100 places spread across the city along with providing you with free entry into the top museums in Budapest. It also gets you unlimited free access on the public transport system in the city. Now that’s an offer you cannot refuse!


Share your experience - Rate Petofi Csarnok, Budapest

  • Used to be great, because this was all we had, but now it's just old, worn and outdated.

  • Ugly and old socialist-realist building, has no charm at all.

  • I love this place...

  • Or call it simply PeCsa

  • Used to be there was a lot of concerts here.

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