Nagyteteny Palace

Nestled in the heart of Hungary, the Nagyteteny Castle or Palace stands as a testament to Baroque architecture's opulence and artistry. Read more

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This magnificent structure, surrounded by manicured gardens, evokes the grandeur of bygone eras and offers visitors a delightful journey into Hungary's rich history. The Nagyteteny Palace, located in Budapest's 22nd district, is one of Hungary's best-preserved Baroque mansions. It was constructed in the 18th century on the foundations of a medieval fortress. The palace has seen numerous noble families as its residents, each contributing to its architectural and artistic legacy.
The mansion is known for its lavishly decorated interiors, with a special emphasis on intricate stucco work, grand frescoes, and exquisite wooden carvings. Additionally, the palace houses the Museum of Applied Arts' Furniture Art Collection, showcasing a comprehensive collection of European furniture from the Gothic period to the 19th century.
Visitors can stroll through the sumptuously decorated rooms, admiring the ornate furnishings and getting a glimpse into the lifestyles of the Hungarian nobility. The surrounding park complements the palace's elegance, featuring statues, fountains, and meticulously maintained flower beds.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Nagyteteny Palace

The Palace's Main Hall

Replete with Baroque detailing, this hall offers insights into the architectural brilliance of the 18th century.

Furniture Art Collection

One of Europe's most significant collections, it gives visitors a comprehensive overview of changing furniture styles and craftsmanship over the centuries.

Baroque Garden

A harmonious blend of nature and artistry, the garden is perfect for leisurely strolls, with its sculptures, fountains, and ornate flower arrangements.

The Palace Chapel

A serene space showcasing stunning frescoes and religious artworks, highlighting the spiritual leanings of the mansion's erstwhile residents.

The Medieval Cellar

The remnants of the medieval fortress on which the palace was built, offering a stark contrast to the Baroque grandeur above.

Period Rooms

Each room is a time capsule representing different eras, complete with authentic furniture, artwork, and decorative pieces.

Temporary Exhibitions

The palace often hosts themed exhibitions, offering deeper dives into specific periods or styles of art and design.

Sculpture Park

Located within the palace grounds, this park showcases an array of statues, each telling its own story.

The Grand Staircase

A monumental staircase adorned with intricate stucco work and frescoes, representing the height of Baroque design.

Local Workshops and Events

The palace frequently organizes workshops, theatrical performances, and events, bringing to life the rich cultural tapestry of the region.

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Budapest Airport (21.08 km)

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Godollo Palace (36.38 km)

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Esztergom (47.79 km)

Esztergom is one of Hungary's most ancient and historically significant cities. Once the capital of the Kingdom of Hungary, it's now a mecca for spiritual travelers and history buffs alike, with its breathtaking basilica dominating the skyline.

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