Our Vasarely Museum is in the Top10 on The Guardian's list!
"Full of paintings you really can just stare at, the Vasarely Múzeum is one of the key collections from the leader of the op-art movement. In a peaceful part of the city, on the bank of the Danube, the museum has over 400 of Victor Vasarely’s works, and also hosts contemporary art exhibitions. After a day sweating in the city’s baths, go for a wander around this quiet museum, watching the multicoloured lines, squares and waves morph and breath when you gaze at them. Fun and soothing stuff."
Source: The Guardian
In a recently published clip, they recall their experiences of shooting in Budapest, and their opinions could not be more positive.
The actress said that she has never seen as extraordinary places as the system of cellars lying beneath Buda Castle or the Kelenföld thermal power station, but also praised the vintage buildings of downtown Budapest. As the film’s director Mr. Feig explains, the script was adapted to feature Budapest as the story’s location instead of Paris and Rome after he fell in love with the Hungarian capital.
Margaret Island, in the middle of the Danube in central Budapest, spends winter shrouded in mist; come summer the island is an oasis in the midst the city.
Encircled by a 5km asphalt running track and jetties from which to launch small boats (and bodies – some of the swimmers here are hardy folk), the illusion of an island holiday is enhanced by two thermal spa complexes.
Read The Guardian post HERE