Millenáris, one of Budapest's most significant event venues, which used to be a giant industrial site, offers outstanding features and facilities to host numerous popular international events. One of the largest recreation parks in Central Europe, with a three-dimensional hanging garden, a cherry tree grove, a forest field pond trio, spectacularly designed solar panels and 355 new trees. The 26,000 square meters Széllkapu increased significantly the green spaces in the capital.

The park features a fish pond surrounded by sunbeds, a programmable water feature with humidifier jets and a digital water curtain from Margit Boulevard.

The Millenáris, beside the Mammut mall in Buda, is a park and building complex with venues for exhibitions, plays, concerts and performances. You’ll also find the new National Dance Theatre, which opened in February 2019. The whole location is actually the reconstructed site of the one-time Ganz Works factory complex, and you can still see parts of machinery that were used here.

The venue will be accessible from building C where the Registration area will be located. The Exhibition will take place in building B and the Session halls will be in building D.


Millenáris is a few minutes' walk away from Széll Kálmán tér, Széna tér, Mechwart Liget. Many buses, subways, trams and night buses run at these transport junctions, and there are also several Bubi docks in these areas.

Distance from the airport: 25 km
Distance from city centre: 5 km

Metro: M2
Trams: 4, 6, 17, 56, 56A, 59, 59A, 59B, 61
Buses: 5, 16, 39, 91, 128, 129, 139, 149, 155, 156, R158, 1 91, 291
Night vehicles: tram 6, 916, 922, 956, 960, 990
By car: There are two underground garages in the Millenáris area, which can be accessed from Kis Rókus utca.


1024 Budapest, Kis Rókus utca 16-20
Budapest, Hungary