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Check the times. We initially arrived at 10:30 and left disappointed because nobody seemed able to tell us that it opened at 11:00. And the confusing sign saying access to the gallery via an adjacent café only led to a tiny free exhibition and not...More
On a hot Saturday afternoon of being a tourist in Budapest, the Robert Capa Center was a cool and serene break. The photographs were outstanding as I expected and the display was excellent. A brief description of Capa's life and work written by Karoly Kincses...More
Minimalist interior puts an emphasis on the photos which is so effective. Robert Capa collection is impressive, educational and poignant. Other exhibitions were free and fantastic. Would definitely recommend
Robert Capa's stunning wartime photographs are familiar to everyone, not just photographers. They are well represented here but there is much more.
On this visit there was The Photojournalist Press Photography exhibition which told more about modern Hungary than any number of tourist guide books,...More
Great museum, one of the best places we have visited during our stay in Budapest. There should be maybe little bit more space dedicated to Robert Capa but the size guarantees that you are going not to be visually drowned in images.
There was also...More
On a rainy afternoon in Budapest we went to see Robert Capa photojournalism exhibition and 36th Hungarian Press Photo.
I liked the museum very much. It was for reasonable price. Very nice people selling tickets and speaking English.
It was a great emotion to have the opportunity to look the Robert Capa photos. The Capa Centre is well organised and the pictures are clearly visible with no light reflection. The light is good.
The photos selection is great and the staff is extremely...More