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Can you hear the footsteps of King Matthias?

Royal Palace

Above the gothic cloister, walking on the typically renaissance loggia, people can easily have the feeling that behind them are walking Beatrice of Aragon and King Matthias hand in hand. However, we can be sure that we very much hear the footsteps of the 21st century as the Royal Palace is a popular sight in Visegrád.

“Discover the Hungarian Renaissance!”

Those who have admired the Italian master, Giovanni Dalmata’s masterpiece the Fountain of Hercules, or took a picture with their significant other on the famous renaissance loggia, or even their favourite wedding-picture is made in the palace-garden, next to the Fountain, they will surely recommend to their friends a visit to the palace.

The golden age of Hungary is all around. The exploring of the palace in itself contains many experiences for those who are interested in history, but beside the permanent exhibitions and projections, taking a tour-guide, you can even easily spend a full half-day between the walls of the nearly 700-year-old complex. 

Permanent exhibitions of the Royal Palace:

  • Stone exhibition of the Anjou-age
  • The history of the Royal Palace of Visegrád
  • A room from the age of Zsigmond
  • Royal kitchen
  • Corvin suite

Opening hours:

1 March-30 November
Monday: CLOSED (except on holidays)
Tuesday – Sunday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM

1 December – 28 February:
Monday: CLOSED (except on holidays)
Tuesday – Sunday: 10:00 AM – 04:00 PM


Adult: 1.400 HUF (between ages 26-62)
Reduced price: 700 HUF (between ages 6-26, between ages 62-71, visitors accompanying at least two close relatives under the age of 18 (maximum of 2 persons)
Free: under the age of 6 and above the age of 70 (you can read a more the detailed description on the palace’s website)

On the days of the Hungarian National holidays (15 March, 20 August and 23 October), entering is free for everyone!


2025 Visegrád, Fő u. 29., Tel.: +36 26 597 010, E-mail:


Did you know?

  • The Renaissance style – after its mother-country, Italy – appeared first in Hungary in the 15th century
  • If you look at a 1000 HUF banknote, on the back, you can see one of the most popular sights of Visegrád which can be found exactly here, the Royal Palace.