18 Venues

With romantic architecture, breathtaking scenery, a vivid nightlife, more than 1,000 national springs, and an incredible musical history, Hungary is a can’t miss destination for any touring ensemble.

Featured Sample Itineraries

Walk in the footsteps of Bartok, Kodaly, and Liszt as you experience the rich musical culture and history of Hungary.

Across the Austrian Empire 

10 Days / 2 Budapest / 1 Bratislava / 2 Vienna / 3 Prague

Austro-Hungarian Adventure

9 days / 2 Salzburg / 2 Vienna / 1 Bratislava / 2 Budapest

Beautiful Hungary

8 Days / 2 Budapest / 2 Lake Balaton / 2 Sopron

Budapest And More

8 Days / 2 Budapest / 2 Eger / 2 Kecskemet

Central European Trio

8 Days / 2 Berlin / 2 Prague / 2 Krakow

Tour Of Central Europe

10 Days / 3 Budapest / 2 Bratislava / 3 Prague


11 Days / 3 Prague / 2 Kraków / 1 Zakopane / 3 Budapest

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Browse Cities

Whether you’re looking to experience large cities with a vibrant nightlife, perform at historic gothic cathedrals, or simply enjoy some fun and relaxation by Central Europe’s largest lake, the varied cities and regions of Hungary offer something incredible for everybody.


The capital of Hungary and one of the largest cities in the EU, Budapest offers intriguing details and sightseeing opportunities at every turn. Experience the cities charm and history as you walk through Castle District, and enjoy the medieval archictecture that provides a glimpse into the countries past. With several breathtaking performance venues, Budapest is a can’t miss destination for any ensemble.


Located in central Hungary, Kecskemet is the birthplace to renowned composer Zoltán Kodály and home to the Kodály Institute of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music. Located halfway between the Danube and Tisza rivers, Kecskemet is also known as the “Orchard of Hungary” due to their many exquisite vineyards and gardens. In fact, the apricots grown around Kecskemét are often believed to be the most delicious in all of Europe.

Lake Balaton

The largest lake in central Europe, Lake Balaton is located about 50 miles southwest of Budapest in central Hungary. Running along the foothills of Bakony Mountains, Lake Balaton provides visitors with ample opportunities for leisure activities and spectacular scenery. Enjoy a number of aquatic by going for a swim in the warm water or boat through caves in an underground lake. Travelers can also climb a dormant volcano, pick plants in Tihany’s lavender fields, or enjoy a wide variety of wildlife in Balaton Uplands National Park.

Featured Venues

With numerous beautiful churches, spectacular concert halls, and opportunities for impromptu outdoor performances, there are no shortage of incredible performance options in Hungary.

Matthias Church


Matthias Church, first dating back to 1015, is a Roman Catholic church located in the Holy Trinity Square, Budapest, Hungary, in front of the Fisherman’s Bastion at the heart of Buda’s Castle District. The church has a breathtaking interior with colors inspired by orientalism and romantic historicism. Its mystical atmosphere paired with its Neo-Gothic features differentiates it from any other church in Budapest.

Budai Vigado


Home to the Hungarian State Folk Ensemble, the Budai Vigado aims to preserve the spirit of traditional Hungarian song and dance. Built between 1898 and 1900 on the site of a former arsenal, this seemingly ordinary venue features a magnificent art nouveau interior featuring wide marble pillars, a spectacularly decorated hall, and 306-seat theatre. A splendid venue that’s conveniently located on the banks of the Danube. Enjoy a concert and celebrate with a scenic cruise!

Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Apostle


The Basilica is the second largest church in Hungary and one of the most beautiful examples of neo-classical style architecture. The Cathedral interior consists of three naves and a 40-meter dome containing a large mural. There is performing space for choirs of up to 120 members and an audience capacity of 500.

Culture House


With seating capacity of 580, this modern auditorium is ideal for full orchestras and even the largest choirs. Ensembles are welcome to perform any kind of repertoire and a grand piano is available for use.

Danube Palace


The Danube Palace, completed in 1885, is a Neo-Baroque concert hall located in the Inner City of Budapest. The beautiful exterior and interior design makes it one of Budapest’s most stunning buildings and is a wonderful venue for a variety of performances. Many famous musicians have given concerts in the performance hall, such as Béla Bartók, Zoltán Kodály and Antonin Dvorak.

Esterhazy Karoly University Concert Hall


The grand Eger Lyceum is home to the music department of Esterhazy Karoly University. The beautiful Ceremony Hall in the Lyceum serves as one of the departments main performance venues. It’s ideal for smaller choirs and chamber orchestras and can accommodate up to 200 audience members. The university courtyard provides a wonderful outdoor venue for summer concerts perfect for large choirs and orchestras.

Franz Liszt Academy of Music


The Franz Liszt Music Academy is not only a music hall, but also a renowned architectural jewel in the beautiful city of Budapest. It was founded on November 14, 1875 and is home to the Liszt Collection, which features several valuable books and manuscripts donated by Franz Liszt upon his death. Performing in this gorgeous hall is an unforgettable experience.

Gödöllő Royal Palace


The Gödöllő Royal Palace, the largest Baroque palace in Hungary, was built in the 18th century and has been recently restored to its original glory. It is the home to two wonderful performance venues: the Riding Hall, which is ideal for large orchestral performances, and the Baroque Theater, which can accommodate smaller instrumental groups and choirs. Both venues are architecturally stunning and draw enthusiastic local audiences.

Grassalkovich Palace


The ballroom of this Baroque castle provides an intimate concert setting for small choirs and chamber groups. The building was designed in the mid-1700s for Count Anton Grassalkovich, head of one of the wealthiest families of the Habsburg Empire. The last member of the family died in 1841 and the palace has since had several owners. Today it is a cultural and educational center.

Liszt Ferenc Conference and Cultural Center


This beautifully renovated venue contains a theatre, concert hall, casino and restaurant and hosts some of the most important musical and cultural events in Sopron.

MOM Cultural Center


The MOM Cultural Center was built in 1951 in Bauhaus style. For a long period this facility was the only place on the Buda side of the city where proper theater performances were held. In the early 2000’s the local city district government developed and modernized the building and now this new building which seats up to 660 audience members caters to many types of performances, including high quality musical and theatrical performances, ballet, folklore, and modern dance.

Minorite Church


Off all the many Baroque buildings in Eger, the Minorite Church is arguably the most beautiful. Stunning both inside and out, perhaps the most striking feature of the church is the wooden pews. They were individually carved by one man, Jozsef Stockerle, between 1769-70 and are all different with a unique story to tell. The church can seat up to 320 people and welcomes visiting choirs with sacred repertoire.



Also known as Kecskemet Cathedral the Nagytemplom, or Great Church, serves as the Co-Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Kalocsa-Kecskemet. Situated in the main town square, it is the largest cathedral in the Great Hungarian Plain. Both instrumental and choral ensembles are welcome to perform here and both sacred and classical secular repertoire are allowed.

St. Anne’s Church


St. Anne’s Church is considered one of the most beautiful Baroque buildings in Hungary. After the Ottoman era, the Servite order were given permission to build a church together with a Monastery in 1686. Built in 1732, this Roman Catholic Church is located in the upper part of Servite square, in the very heart of Budapest. Unfortunately, the monastery and the church sustained severe damage during WWII, however it was rebuilt and is back to its original grandeur today.

St. Michael Church


Built in 1765, with the original frescoes still intact, St. Michael’s church has one of the oldest organs in Budapest, dating back to 1893. It is a beautiful venue for concerts with its wonderful acoustics and regular concert series in the summer.

St. Stephen’s Basilica


St. Stephen’s Basilica, the largest church in Budapest, is dedicated to Hungary’s first king, St. Stephen. It plays a very active role in the Budapest music scene, since its consecration in 1905. The head organists of the church have always been very high level musicians. In the last century the basilica has hosted choral music, classical music, as well as contemporary music performances.

Vigado Concert Hall


Vigado Concert Hall is the second largest concert hall in Budapest. Created in a truly Hungarian style, it opened its doors in 1865 as a house for concerts, exhibitions, balls, dance evenings and other events. It’s location in the heart of the city makes it a wonderful venue for attracting large enthusiastic audiences.

Hungarian House of Music


The Hungarian House of Music is a unique venue honoring the country’s impressive musical history. Opened in January 2022, this multifaceted performance and exhibition hall is a contemporary architectural masterpiece that presents visitors with an in-depth history of Hungarian music. Designed by Japanese star architect Sou Fujimoto, it has attracted significant international attention since the announcement of its construction. A truly fantastic setting for your ensembles next performance that is sure to delight and excite.