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Budapest Parliament

Visits

Planetary sessions of the Parliament can generally be visited with a special ticket from 1 pm on Mondays, and from 9 am on Tuesdays. Tickets can be requested from the Tourist Office by mail: 1357 Budapest, Kossuth tér 1-3. Entrance is through gate #4.
The building itself can be toured in groups (made up by visiting individuals), led by guides, leaving every half an hour in the following time frame:
October 1 - April 30.
Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday
08.00-16.00 08.00-16.00 08.00-14.00
May 1 - September 30.
Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday
08.00-18.00 08.00-16.00 08.00-14.00
Larger groups can tour the building by appointment. In their case, the language tour does not have to coincide with the table below. Tours cease during national protocols, of which we inform registered groups in advance, offering alternative dates.
Tours are offered in the following languages:
Hungarian:Continually
English:Daily at 10.00, 12.00, 14.00
German:On weekdays at 11.00 and 15.00
On Sundays at 11.00
French:Daily at 14.00, except for Mondays
Hebrew:On Mondays at 10.30
On other days at 10.30 and 13.30
Russian:Daily at 15.00, except for Mondays
On Sundays at 12.30
Spanish:On weekdays at 11.30 and 16.00, on Sundays at 11.30
Italian:Daily at 11.30 and 16.15 , on Sundays at 12.15
Groups tour the building in about 50 minutes, proceeding through the main staircase into the Dome hall, surveying the coronation paraphernalia, on to the northern or the southern parlours, and the upper, or lower chamber's conference room. Tours start at gate #12.
For tours the adult fee is 2520 HUF, the student fee is 1260 HUF; payment by cash or credit card. Tickets can be purchased at gate #10, at the ticket office. Catalogues, albums, and souvenirs can be purchased at the same place.


Budapest sights by night: the Parlament building

Budapest Parlament near the Danube, on Kossuth tér (square)

Tourist attractions in Budapest: the Parlament

Budapest by night: a view of the Parlament building