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Contact

1082 Budapest, Vajdahunyad utca 4.

General:

info@turbinabudapest.hu

Events – concerts:

viki@turbinabudapest.hu

daniel@turbinabudapest.hu

Events – cultural events:

zea@turbinabudapest.hu

Bistro:

vendeglatas@turbinabudapest.hu

Renting our spaces – corporate and private events:

fruzsi@turbinabudapest.hu

Press/ communications:

andras@turbinabudapest.hu

Monday – saturday
12:00 – 00:00

Sunday
12:00 – 22:00

Turbina Cultural center is located in the heart of downtown, just a few minutes walk from Harminckettesek square. Public transportation: 4-6 tram, bus line number 9, and trolleybus  number 72/83.

About us

Turbina is a new community space in the VIII. district of Budapest, that hosts a varied set of events, which usually aren’t held at the same venue. The 1300 m² area of Turbina is going to be filled with concerts of all kinds of genres, yoga classes and exhibitions, dance and theatre performances, artisan fairs with lazy sunday brunches and even daytime parties from time to time.

Our team at Turbina wishes to create a diverse, open-minded and inclusive community space for experimenting, getting inspired and meeting other people, who are also searching for something like this. We are looking forward to catching you attending one of our daily events in our concert halls, or maybe visiting our vegan bistro to have a quick chat, a meeting, or a productive day of working. The building complex of Turbina was intentionally constructed for holding such events that take place at the venue today, which guarantees the high quality of our programs. The crew working on perfecting the place is full of people with completely diverse experiences, and with the goal to show this diversity through their work, and to really use the opportunities of Turbina to its fullest extent. With our cultural programmes we would like to help our target audience look at the ways of relaxation and recreation in Budapest from a different perspective. We also hope that after the new experiences Turbina provides, they will grow a bigger interest towards unusual events in their everyday life.