Under reconstruction nowadays, let us hope: it regains the past beauty:-) visit perhaps in two years!
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It is a pity that this building is under renovation. I hope I will see the glamour of this architectual masterpiece with all the details....
Passed by this building a dozen times in our one week in Budapest. It was covered in scaffolding and netting with signs indicating its refurbishment into a five star hotel. Located right at the Ferenc Ter metro stop, it looks like it was pretty spectacular in its hay day, and seeing what has been done with other historic buildings like... More
Eearlier called "Brudern Building" - built 1909-1912. One of the loveliest remains of this flourishing period of the town. Unfortunately the building can not be visited right now:? it is in reconstruction, and conversion to a luxry hotel (perhaps completed in 2017/2018,)
This is one of my favourite buildings in Budapest and when I was there in January 2016 I was surprised to see it covered in scaffolding and draped in hoardings proclaiming its renovation and rebirth as a five star hotel [scheduled to open sometime in 2017]. The famous shopping passage itself is no longer accessible unless you can convince one... More
I have lived here for 10 years and faded grandeur would have described it then ...Over the years many films found this rather awesome,ghost like interior irresistable (Sorry for the spelling).. I guess it cannot be counted as an 'attraction at the moment .. As I write this in December 2015 the hoardings have been erected and scaffolding covers the... More
This faded beauty of this once magnificent shopping arcade named Brudern, can be sen in the centrally located Ferenciek ter ,which happens to have an underground station & also one of Budapest`s oldest square.This once very beautiful palatial building so evocotive of the past, is a mix of Gothic,Renaissance,Art Nouveau decorations & oriental elements of architecture.The building aged exteriors have... More
The impressive 100-year old art deco shopping arcade Párizsi udvar is currently (September 2015) being reconstructed and turned into a hotel. You MAY NOT walk inside (it was even sealed off). We went in anyway (got scolded on the way out), and saw a must-see place, though somewhat eery. The domes and glass roofs are simply superb! You can get... More
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Is Zelnik Istvan Southeast Asian Gold Museum open at the moment? Last time I visited it was closed and being renovated. I can't get an answer on the telephone and the tourist office does not seem to know about it.. I am very keen to visit but do not want a abortive journey.