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Akvárium Klub

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Jeremy
Jeremy
April 6, 2020
Perfect place for a drink during the afternoon, or a concert in the evening. Nice and yound atmosphere.
Greg (Gergely)
Greg (Gergely)
March 9, 2020
Nice Concert and Event Hall in the 'National Hole In The Ground' and a good open air bar, too. Strange name comes from political reasons: a governmental decision was made and they started building here the new National Theater, but after the elections works stoped and we had the expensive hole for…
Szonja Lilla
Szonja Lilla
February 19, 2020
Concert venue with lots of different parties and concerts. Check-out it's FB page for the events.
Dóra
Dóra
January 30, 2020
Its also a quiet safe place to go our for the night.
Dániel
Dániel
December 2, 2019
Most famous night club in the city.

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Beliggenhet
12 Erzsébet tér
V. kerület, 1051
Telefon+36 30 860 3368
Kredittkort
Ja
Sitteplasser utendørs
Ja
Trådløst nettverk
Free
Drikkevarer
Beer, vin, bar med godt utvalg, cocktails
Tilgjengelig for rullestol
Ja
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