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Hungary is a true cinematic hub!
One of the most film-friendly locations globally due to the low production costs, good infrastructure,
attractive locations, state-of-the-art studios, and available professionals.
Budapest is full of spectacular locations
that are the perfect setting for any shoot.
Several major cities can be displayed in Budapest.
– Paris, Berlin, Moscow, Prague…and so on
What’s even more enticing is that you can get the best locations at a
significantly lower production cost. We offer a professional, trained and internationally experienced crew at an
affordable price that won’t exceed your budget.
The local costs in Hungary are also more competitive than other European countries. We offer cost-effective solutions along with high quality.
Studios in Budapest
Several modern studios are available in Hungary, from the small size to the biggest
Origo studios with it’s 9 soundstages totaling 18,000 sqm (195,000 sq ft).
Up to date camera, lighting and grip equipment also available.
Hollywood loves Budapest
To mention only a few movies which were filmed in Budapest:
Evita, Hercules, Spy, World War Z, München, Bring Him Home, A Good Day to Die Hard, Houdini, The Martian...
and so on
Stay in Budapest
Hungary is the member of the European Union since 2004.
Budapest, the capital of Hungary retains a charming Eastern European character
with winding old streets coupled with beautifully mixed architecture.
Buda and Pest: two cities with a fabled river - the Danube - in between.
Pest side is full of buzz, imbued with historical treasures as part of the Habsburg and
Jewish heritage, whilst the picturesque Buda side is a hiker’s heaven with its hills and greens.
All the big hotel chains can be found here.
Budapest is rich in culture, history and never-ending parties thanks to the myriad
ruin pubs downtown – places splashed with awe-inspiring works of contemporary artists and a special vintage vibe.
During summer: CEST – Central European Summer Time (UTC/GMT + 2 hours)
During winter: CET – Central European Time (UTC/GMT + 1 hour)