Andrássy út

2022. július 25. 19:00
As part of the Áron Tamási commemoration year, the Hungarian Academy of Arts organized a fencing exhibition in honor of the great creator of Hungarian literature. The exhibition of 17 paintings related to the oeuvre of the writer, who was born 125 years ago, can be seen at 101 Andrássy road until October.
2021. november 27. 14:30
According to the announcement of the Hungarian National Asset Management, the state sold the former MÁV headquarters at the corner of Andrássy street and Izabella street. The complex, which has previously been unsuccessfully auctioned five times, must be restored by the new owner under strict monument protection standards.
2021. november 26. 11:00
The renovation of the nearly 140-year-old MÁV apartment building in Kodály körönd can begin. They are restoring the facade of the state-owned property, replacing and repairing the doors and windows, while eliminating the risk of an accident.
2021. november 18. 14:30
Hidden on the side of Andrássy út. in the Jókai square of the 6th district, after the renovation, the green area will be significantly larger and the number of parking spaces will be reduced. Work, which began in October, is expected to be completed in the second half of 2022.
2021. január 6. 09:00
The building has housed one of the most beautiful cafes in Budapest, a casino, a pharmacy, a glove shop and a car dealership. Until recently, the building that once housed Café Palermo was a black sheep on Andrássy Avenue, but the era of real-estate related corruption and degradation has come to an end. Standing on the corner of Liszt Ferenc Square and Andrássy Avenue, the building currently hidden by a safety net, which hides the luxury apartments being built as part of the restoration.
2020. december 12. 18:00
Elegant and spectacular villa buildings line Andrássy Avenue, one of them is the Bulyovszky Villa. The villa was built as a summer house for the famed actress Bulyovszky née Lilla Szilágyi and designed by the young Sándor Fellner. Standing on the corner of Rippl-Rónai Street, the building recently reemerged into the spotlight. The 55% share of the property'S ownership rights, held by the Hungarian Women's Association was put up for auction. The process was suspended in early December, and the Hungarian Women's Association sold its share. The ill-fated villa has thus entered new ownership. Making this the best moment to dive into its past.