IMM Budapest

Budapest Marks World Art Nouveau Day on Saturday

World Art Nouveau Day (WAND) is an event dedicated to Art Nouveau that is celebrated annually on June 10th. Budapest is home to several celebrated Art Nouveau buildings and visitors will have a chance to get up close to them on June 12, World Art Nouveau Day because Saturaday is a more convenient than Thursday. The…

Budapest Brussels Barcelona

Art Nouveau B-cities to visit in 2021 – QUIZ Test your skills

Some people say that the Art Nouveau B-cities of Budapest, Brussels and Barcelona are very distinct, but we are not that sure about it. Can you figure out if the following 18 pictures are from Budapest, Brussels or Barcelona? Are you one of the 1% of people giving a right response to each of the 18…

Terrassa Burgeois residence

World Art Nouveau Day: Only on June 10 or all year long?

We welcome the World Art Nouveau Day next Sunday, and the activities that will take next weekend in cities like Szeged, Budapest, Aveiro, Terrassa or Vienna. On such special dates the buildings of this musical style are filled with people and it is difficult to appreciate the wonderfulness of this art. At the same time We…

Architecture in the Danube Region - exhibit FUGA Budapest

Waves of Art Nouveau – Architecture in the Danube Region – Budapest up to June 18

The exhibition Waves of Art Nouveau: Architecture in the Danube Region can be visited from today until June 18th in Budapest. FUGA, Budapest Center of Architecture, displays material that will transport you in a spectacular journey into the Art Nouveau architecture of the Danube region. The Danube flows nearly almost 3,000 kilometres from the Black Forest to the…

Kozma street cemetery - Jewish Cemetery - Art Nouveau private experience in Budapest

The Art Nouveau cemetery of Budapest opens for our tours

From now on, the travellers booking our “Complete Budapest Art Nouveau private tour” will also visit the Jewish  Kozma Street Cemetery in the 10th district of Budapest. Until now, it was not open to organised private tours, making it very difficult to explore. The graves, mausoleums and shrines are excellent imprints of the Jewish culture and the Hungarian Secession…