National Theatre Budapest
The construction of the National Theatre, on the basis of plans by architect Mária Siklós, began on 14 September 2000, and, after a construction process of record-breaking speed, was completed in a little over 15 months. The artists were able to take possession of the building on 2 January 2002, when rehearsals began for the inaugural performance on 15 March.
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The National Theatre stands in the area between the Danube and Soroksári Street, by the Pest end of the Lágymányos bridge. The artists’ entrance is at the side of the building closer to the river, while the main entrance is on the side facing the Gellért Hill.
Take tram 2 which runs from Jászai Mari tér to Vágóhíd, or tram 24 which runs from Baross tér. The Vágóhíd utca stop is right next to the theatre. Or take tram 1 from the direction of Bécsi út to its terminus at the Lágymányos bridge.
By local train (HÉV) or bus
There are many lines to the theatre from Boráros tér: the Csepel local train has a stop nearby, as do buses 23 (both black and red) and 54.
Parking is provided for those arriving by car, and is free for those in possession of a theatre ticket. The National Theatre’s guarded car park holds 250 cars, and is reached from the service road parallel to Soroksári út.
From the north, turn off the junction at Boráros tér and take the service road to the car park. This can also be done by taking a U-turn at the crossing of Soroksári út and Vágóhíd utca.
From the south, or if coming over the Lágymányos bridge, turn off the junction of Soroksári út and Vágóhíd utca and follow the signs to the car park.
Main Stage, 600 Sitze