The Danube Palace, built between 1883 and 1885, is a beautiful Neo-Baroque building in central Budapest. It frequently hosts theater productions and has long been a hub for cultural entertainment. It used to be known as 'the Casino of Lipótváros', not because people came to gamble here, but because it was an exclusive club for aristocrats. The restaurant on the first floor is still only open for private events, like receptions for diplomats arriving in Budapest.
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The violinists every bit as good to watch as the dancers.