Media & Film Studies in Budapest

As well as being a beautiful and vibrant city to visit, Budapest also has a varied and exciting range of specialist visits for Media and Film Studies students. Your group can visit a local newspaper, Television centre, the Cultural complex and even the well known Korda studios located outside the city.

Contact Further and Higher Travel today for a competitive and expertly designed study trip that will be enjoyable, as well as enriching your students' course.


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Photography Walking Tour

Basic Budapest Essentials: Walk with us and visit the most significant highlights of Budapest on this 2 hour long guided walking tour. We will also give you a tutorial of instant photography basics with one of our vintage Polaroid cameras! You will have the chance to capture the building of the Parliament, the Opera House, one typical Market Hall and some hidden beauties of the city. Explore Budapest Downtown: T read more ...

Budapest Daily Newspaper

We are able to arrange a visit for your Media studies group to a daily Budapest newspaper Magyar Nemzet, which will give your students a useful insight into the daily life and workings of a busy newspaper. Contact us for prices and details.

Duna Television

We can arrange a visit for your Media students to this well known Hungarian broadcasting company. Your guided tour will introduce your students to the fascinating world of Hungarian T.V programmes and will give you a valuable insight into the techniques and equipment used on a daily basis. Prices and entrance details available on request from FHT.

Korda Studios

Take your Film Studies group to the Korda Studios, the new film studio complex located around 25 km west of Budapest in the wine-producing village of Etyek. It was built on the site of a former barracks with six studios and is named after the famous director Sir Alexander Korda. The Studios were inaugurated in April 2007 and boast a sound stage of 5975 square metres which is claimed to be the biggest of its kind in the world. Contact our B read more ...

Palace of the Arts

When the Palace of Arts, Budapest and Hungary's long-awaited new cultural hub, opened in 2005, it was built to represent more than a hundred years of Hungarian cultural history. As a conglomeration of cultural venues, the building has no precedent in 20th century Hungarian architecture and has no peers in the whole of Central Europe. Some of the permanent  representatives are the Ludwig Museum, the National Philharmonic Orche read more ...

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