Capa Center In Budapest Reopens

  • 10 May 2021 2:46 PM
Capa Center In Budapest Reopens
We are pleased to announce that the Capa Center is reopening its doors, the friendly team there told XpatLoop, who say:

Please note that our exhibitions and joint cultural events are only open to persons protected against the coronavirus and the persons under the age of eighteen under their supervision.

A person protected against the coronavirus is a someone who proves this protection by presenting a protection certificate. In order to prove their protection, the person concerned may be asked to present an official document proving their identity as indicated on the protection certificate.

Although protected persons are exempted from wearing masks, we still recommend the use of hand sanitizer and the wearing of masks throughout the Capa Center and ask that appropriate social distance be maintained.

Opening hours:
-Monday: Closed
-Tuesday-Friday: 2 pm–7pm
-Saturday-Sunday: 11am–7pm

Click here to visit Capa Center online for the exhibitions on view
1065 Budapest, Nagymező utca 8. 

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