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St. Stephen’s Basilica (Szent István Bazilika)
St. Stephen’s Basilica (Szent István Bazilika)

St. Stephen’s Basilica (Szent István Bazilika)

Free admission
Szent István tér 1, Budapest

The Basics

Located in Budapest’s District V, St. Stephen’s Basilica is a grand cathedral and worship space that accommodates upward of 8,000 parishioners. Featuring a colonnaded entryway, the facade is adorned with carvings of the apostles. Go on your own or join a sightseeing tour, most of which stop by the popular attraction. And if you’re a music enthusiast, check out one of the basilica’s frequent organ recitals—many are free.

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Organ Concert in the St. Stephen's Basilica with Optional Danube Cruise
Organ Concert in the St. Stephen's Basilica with Optional Danube Cruise
$29.99 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Enchanting
Lovely music and venue. Followed by an equally beautiful view from the river with good food and good wine.
Nicole_G, Dec 2019

Recent reviews from experiences in Budapest

star-4
Enjoyable evening of music
Donna K, Oct 2019
Organ Concert in the St. Stephen's Basilica with Optional Danube Cruise
Spent about 70 minutes listening to the organ soloist, an operatic male singer and a flutist both accompanied by the organ. Can recommend the concert but the caveat that you enjoy organ music first.
star-4
All quite good, except the transfer.
233paulax, Oct 2019
Organ Concert in the St. Stephen's Basilica with Optional Danube Cruise
The organ concert was very good, with an orderly ticket process, and the Danube cruise w/two drinks was lovely -- but transferring from the church to a somewhat chaotic meeting point and the walk down a dark path to the dock needs reevaluation.
star-4
breathtaking
Lorraine_B, Oct 2019
Organ Concert in the St. Stephen's Basilica with Optional Danube Cruise
We only attended the concert without the dinner. If you like organ music, you will love hearing it in the Basilica!
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Tours of St. Stephen’s Basilica are given in English, but advance booking is required.

  • Admission is free, except for the panorama tower and treasury—discounts are offered with the Budapest Card.

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How to Get There

St. Stephen’s Basilica is easy to get to by metro. Hop on the M3 line to Metro János utca, or the M1 line to Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út.

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When to Get There

The basilica is open every day. Services happen on Sundays throughout the day, and on weekday mornings. For a traditional experience, attend the weekly great mass, held in Latin. For fewer crowds, go on a weekday.

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Visiting the Hungarian Parliament Building

Explore some of Budapest’s most picturesque streets on an afternoon stroll from St. Stephen’s Basilica to the Hungarian Parliament Building. Situated inside a public square, and facing the Danube River, this stately government structure is a stunning example of neo-Gothic architecture. English tours of the Budapest landmark are offered daily—book in advance.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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