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If you love electronic and techno music, Tesla is the place for you. This massive club and concert venue is housed within the former electrical transformer building of Budapest's Electrotechnical Museum; it is one of the city's largest clubs. Spread out over three levels, every aspect of the club exudes industrial style and vivacity. The club's state-of-the-art Void Acoustics sound system creates a signature sound that's hard to beat, best suited to enjoy EDM and techno. Head to the bar for top-shelf liquors or craft cocktails with friends; this is a great place to meet new people, listen to some great music and get a glimpse of Budapest's famous club culture.
The street named after Pal Kiralyi is long, narrow and unexceptional. However, it is home to no less than seven places to eat and drink (at last count). This shrine to Janis Joplin has been here longer than most and still remains a popular place for a night out in the ever-changing Budapest nightlife scene. Although the decor is supposed to have an American theme, the place feels more like a trendy English pub, with plenty of space to sit and sup a beer and congenial service at the bar. On the way downstairs you will spot a mannequin of the famous Southern Comfort-swilling singer, but don't let that frighten you away. Live music entertains the folks in the cellar where the decor has an incongruous sailing theme with canoes suspended from the ceiling and other paraphernalia. Menu items are chalked up on the blackboard in Hungarian and English. Chicken breast, chilli beans, steak and sandwiches can all be washed down with a selection of draught beers.
Just a few steps away from the Hungarian National Museum and Volt Festetics Palota, this beautiful conference center is a very nice option for not only corporate functions but various other programs as well. Gólyavár dates back to the end of the 19 Century and was designed by Samu Pecz. This impressive castle-like structure was intended for the University of Technology and Economics' students and was later also used as an auditorium. It underwent a major renovation in 2007 and was transformed in a conference center with the latest technology. Besides seminars and meetings, it is also used for galas, weddings, theater and more.
Located inside Millenáris Teátrum, House of Future Teátrum is a venue frequently hosting science and technology-related events. The venue can easily seat 500 guests and its state-of-the-art acoustics, helpful technicians and on-site staff ensure successful events.
This museum's architecture alone warrants a stop, but it also played a major role in Hungary's history; Petofi recited his famous 'national song' from the steps here in 1848; there is a plaque to commemorate this famous event. The inside of the Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum is also stunning, with lavish use of marble and ceremonial architecture. The displays give a thorough account of the history of the Hungarian nation and is a must-visit for the history and culture enthusiasts.
Of all the entertainment forms, Karaoke surely is one of the most delightful one and at DoReMiFa-YA! you get to enjoy it in its most authentic style. Japan was the birthplace of Karaoke which has today crossed multiple, geographic boundaries to please music lovers worldwide. Disarmingly simple in its appearance, DoReMiFa-YA! impresses patrons with its huge playlist which includes English, Japanese as well as other oriental songs. In addition, DoReMiFa-YA! has stunning machines and music systems in place that makes every visit a memorable experience. Ideal for patrons of all ages, DoReMiFa-YA! is surely a unique entertainment spot of the city.