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Hungarian Dance Performance

  • Duration: 1h 30mins
  • Starting time: 20:00
  • Ticket to the concert
  • Short guided tour of the venue (VIP ticket only)
  • Free photo in the concert hall (VIP ticket only)
  • A glass of Hungarian sparkling wine during the intermission (VIP ticket only)
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About: Aranytíz Rólunk

Meaning "The Golden Taste" in Hungarian, Aranytíz Rólunk is a neo-Renaissance building located in Budapest. This venue hosts a variety of programs including theater performances, classical music concerts, exhibitions, dance, and fine art exhibitions to highlight the colorful culture and traditions of the Hungarian people.

Friday Closed
Saturday 19:30 - 21:00
Sunday 19:30 - 21:00
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Aranytíz Rólunk
Budapest, Arany János u. 10,Hungary, 1051, Budapest
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