Searching for a club with full-house parties all round the week? Then Morrison’s 2 is your place! Whichever music style you’re into, you’ll surely find your favourite at the city centre’s biggest night spot, attracting young party people with its 5 different dance floors and daily drink promotions. The number one place to meet locals – from Monday to Sunday!
Open: from Monday to Sunday from17.00 to 04.00
Originally built in the Ukraine in 1968, this stone carrier ship took a long journey in order to receive a complete makeover and start its voyage in the cultural life of Budapest with quality music lovers aboard. A38 is primarily a venue for music. Besides a wide range of pop music events, it also offers classical and jazz concerts. Interesting spaces, great design, the most stateof- the-art sound technology, and the most careful acoustic design ensure great audio quality in the concert hall. There are several bar counters and terraces. It is worth getting on board for dinner before the concert, just for the great view alone. Not long ago a new extension was added to the ship to serve as an exhibition venue for contemporary art.
Szimpla Kert is one of the most diverse ruin puibs in the city. It offers a wide variety of exciting programs such as concerts, fashion shows, exhibitions, fairs on Sundays, and different cultural events. Due to its friendly, bohemian atmosphere, Szimpla is a perfect scene for get-togethers and all-nigthers, and also a unique venue characterized by a psychedelic interior and an eclectic mixture of urban life.
Park, which is open from early May to late September, occupies a vast space of 11000 m2 near the Palace of Arts (MÜPA). Park houses an artists’ club, as well as a stage suited for performances of indepent theatrical groups, and also book signings. The main aim while scheming up Park was to create a permanent festival venue of the highest quality, and a place that is capable of hosting a large number of people while living up to the technical and security expectations.