From its colossal glass atrium, to its ornate woodwork and lavish porcelain ceiling, this great example of the Art Nouveau movement is perfect for film and photo shoots.
This exceptional building with its iron and glass structure and grandiose waiting rooms, is perfect for shoots, because it has hardly changed since the century.
Modeled after the Parisian Opera, this neo-renaissance beauty is one of the many treasures Budapest has preserved and is perfect for film and photo shoots.
This grand building, due to its stylish exterior and diverse interior design is an exciting Hungarian location for shooting.
From its wood paneling to its marble bathroom, this flat is truly one of a kind in the city, and has become a popular location for film and photo shoots.
This historic café has the typical turn of the century European atmosphere, making it ideal for film and still photography shoots.
An atmospheric location offering its grandiose interior as well as its parisian terrace for a production to capture its charm.
From its massive glass atrium to its impressive gold encrusted pillars and frescoes, this perfect filming location offers elements that most European bahnhofs once had and have since lost.
This retro hotel on the shores of Lake Balaton offers great examples of the visual styles that buildings from this era can offer for films and photo shoots.
This 101 room palace houses the largest remaining private library in Hungary, which is surrounded by a 42 hectare park, making it perfect for film and photo shoots.
This seemingly abandoned, yet beautiful castle near Budapest, is a favorite of filmmakers due to its versatility for productions.
This historical underground line is a truly exceptional place for film and photo shoots with its wooden benches, stylish tiles and wrought iron exits
The impressive halls of this magnificent turn of the century structure have doubled as both palaces and churches in past productions.
Designed in the style of century Paris, and left largely untouched, the streets surrounding the Opera House in Budapest have an ambience that is hard to find in modern day Europe.
This magnificent rococo palace built by the noble Esterházy family is a perfect location for any European or colonial period piece.