Budapest the capital of Hungary is in the heart of Central Europe and has a beautiful location on both sides of the Danube. With a population of 1.8 million, it is a very pleasant town with no crowd. London and Paris can be reached by plane in 2-2.5 hours.
Budapest proved many times that it’s a something of a chameleon. The city’s diverse architecture and well-equipped studios can fulfil many needs, from Steven Spielberg’s to Ridley Scott’s. It can be transformed into any major (European) city from London to Moscow, but even Buenos Aires (as seen in Evita).
Diverse, historic architecture offers tremendous filming opportunities
Founded in 1897, Hungary is one of the oldest countries in Europe and that’s why it has many historic sites starting from the Medieval times (beautiful downtown areas with castles and churches in the major historic cities) to today’s contemporary architecture.
Hungary has one of the most important thermal spring cultures in Europe. The country boasts no less than 1,500 spas, typically featuring Roman, Greek and Turkish architecture.
Stunning film locations in Hungary and Budapest Filming Locations. A huge choice of breath-taking landscapes.
Hungary has 10 national parks, 145 minor nature reserves and 35 landscape protection areas with all kinds of landscapes and landforms (mountains and hills to hike, mysterious caves, amazing lakes – Balaton is the biggest one in Central Europe!)